Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight

a court of frost and starlight sarah j maas

I know ACOFS isn’t everyone’s favorite, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s a novella that’s meant to serve as transition and closure.

I’m glad Sarah J. Maas wrote this. In many books, whether stand-alone or series, we never know what happened to the characters afterward, leaving the reader intrigued. I prefer knowing vs. not knowing the continuation, even if it’s short and lacks action. 

☼ I loved seeing how Feyre’s and Rhy’s relationship continues to evolve, even if they constantly calling each other mate. Let them be, they’ve only been together for a year lol. 

☼ We witness how the rest of the characters manage (or at least try) to move on after the events of ACOWAR.

☼ And lastly, we get an introduction to Nesta’s and Cassian’s upcoming story. I was liking Nesta in the previous book, but not I’ve gone back to disliking her. The Archeron sisters are stubborn, but she wins first place by far. 

Now I have ACOSF left to read, but I think I’ll wait a bit. I’ve heard that Rhys becomes unbearable and I’m not ready to hate him. 


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