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A Court of Frost and Starlight: The #1 bestselling series (A Court of Thorns and Roses Book 4) Kindle Edition
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In this companion tale to the bestselling A Court of Thorns and Roses series, Feyre, Rhys and their friends are working to rebuild the Night Court and the vastly changed world beyond after the events of A Court of Wings and Ruin.
But Winter Solstice is finally near, and with it a hard-earned reprieve. Yet even the festive atmosphere can't keep the shadows of the past from looming. As Feyre navigates her first Winter Solstice as High Lady, she finds that those dearest to her have more wounds than she anticipated – scars that will have a far-reaching impact on the future of their court.
Sarah J. Maas is a global #1 bestselling author. Her books have sold more than nine million copies and been translated into 37 languages. Discover the sweeping romantic fantasy for yourself.
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Passionate, violent, sexy and daring ... A true page-turner, A Court of Thorns and Roses will envelop you in its telling, intriguing and delighting you in turn ... Not to be missed! ― USA Today on A Court of Thorns and Roses
Simply dazzles ― Booklist on A Court of Thorns and Roses
This is a world of strong female warriors. But they retain just enough human vulnerability to warm our hearts ― Jewish Chronicle on A Court of Thorns and Roses --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Throne of Glass, Court of Thorns and Roses, and Crescent City series. Her books have sold millions of copies and are published in thirty-seven languages. Sarah lives with her husband, son, and dog.
- ASIN : B075JN2PMZ
- Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing; 1st edition (1 May 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 7438 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 264 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1526617188
- Best Sellers Rank: 387 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in Australia on 30 September 2019
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With the Hybern King and his army now defeated, the High Lords must now start to rebuild their Courts. Rhysand and Feyre as the High Lord and Lady of the Night Court their priorities for their people have them struggling to spend time together. With the Winter Solstice coming up, Feyre feels guilty to be celebrating when so many people are having a hard time after the war. But the Winter Solstice celebration is just what the Kingdom of Dreams need.
A wonderful ending for Feyre and Rhysand’s tales. These two have gone through so much in such a short while, there haven’t been perfect moments for them, but it has made them stronger none the less.
Again I am at a lost as to what to put in this review, the only thing that comes to mind is to say that you will not be disappointed when reading this book or series. I do feel like I am a little lost now that we have finished with Frysand’s books, yes I know that their story will continue on in ACOSF but as that is told in Nesta’s POV I am not really looking forward to it. I know it will have some POV’s from Cassian and this is where I feel terrible, but I am not a fan whatsoever of Nesta.
This some what of an ending was wonderfully written and to see Feyre finally being happy made the journey of reading these books filled with heartache all worth it. A quick little read to give us the readers a little inside into what out Kingdom of Dreamers are up to now that the King of Hybern is no more.
Though the war is over the clean up, alliances and rebuilding isn’t over. Be prepared to have you heart broken when getting inside certain characters heads and seeing how they are dealing with the after effects. Some are going to crush you, others will surprise you and like me a certain someone is going to irritate and frustrate you.
The only thing I will mention that I did not like was Nesta’s attitude. Again she treats Feyre like she is the evil incarnate and that everything that has gone wrong is her doing, and that the situation that she has put herself in is everyone else’s fault and not hers.
I was surprised but Elain’s character, she has done some growth since the previous books, she is as much of a naive mouse like the before. She has come into her ways and for the better.
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU SJM for creating this world and especially the characters that fill the pages. I felt like I was apart of it and loved getting to know each character.
I figured it was time to write a review for this book.
1. I find Nesta such a fascinating character. She, in my opinion, is incredibly complex despite being very stubborn and downright awful most of the time.
2. Cassian is an intriguing character too. The way he acts around Nesta annoys me but I am interested to see how their dynamic pans out. I also want to delve more into his backstory.
3. It was so easy to slip back into the world. From the first sentence, I was already immersed in the world Sarah J. Maas has created.
4. It was nice to see Feyre and Rhys again but I am over their story. At least I was in this book. It was a lot of smut which made me gag to be honest.
5. Going to be blunt here, nothing actually happened. This was like an extended epilogue where maybe the last two chapters actually matter for the next set of books in this world. The rest of it was basically a bundle of happy emotions as we got to see the gang and see where everyone is and what everyone is doing.
6. I didn't like the switch between first and third person. It was really jarring. Also the voices of Feyre and Rhys were not as distinct as they usually are. Probably, because all they do is fawn over each other, so you're just reading the same thoughts from both of them over and over and over again.
Overall, this was fun but pointless in terms of plot.
Overall, it was nice to visit Varelis, but if you skipped this book altogether and waited for the next one, you wouldn't miss a thing.
Lots of paving stones and foundations but really felt like power points and not a story in itself. Disappointing considering the interesting novella tales Sarah J. Maas created for her Thrown series.
On a personal note congratulations to Sarah and Josh on their wonderful news and I hope her Father continues to health and enjoyment of his newest family member.
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I honestly think it would have been better to have skipped this one. I just hope that we get back on track with the next one in the series.
Read this book “frost and starlight” with every intention to enjoy it l, even reading during the week if the winter solstice to get right into it. Got to chapter two and all Rhys talks about is sex and how he loves different sexual positions and how they can fly and have sex at the same time. Utter smut now trying to show sex as love, just sounds like a run up to a bad porno.
Not impressed. Advertised as “the scars of the past will touch her court in times to come.” when it should be “Rhys will touch and constantly talk about touching her in times to come.”
This book broke my heart – Mor still battling the memories of the assault on her, Cassian’s passion to train the women to fight back against males who attempt to hurt them like they had his mother, Nesta still feeling nothing after having been Made against her will, Freya finding her love of painting again and Tamlin… oh, as much as I hate Tamlin my heart is broken for him – he has lost everything as a result of his actions and is not the High Fae we once knew. With Rhys showing a gesture to help him, it just broke me. As I’ve said before, I am completely in love with this series, in love with these characters and feel like my soul has died now that I’ve read the four released novels and now I need to patiently wait for A Court of Silver Flames. I cannot wait to get my hands on it and I’ll be lost when it eventually ends.
To the stars that listen and the dreams that are answered…
Overall not as watertight or intelligent as the trilogy, but a light read to keep readers engaged before the next novel comes out.