Book Review: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas


A Court of Mist and Fury was a delightfully complex and carefully orchestrated chaos-of-a-sequel to A Court of Thorns and Roses. Feyre, no longer human faces some profound internal struggles with who she is and what comes next after her harrowing ordeal Under the Mountain.
One thing I found particularly interesting was despite her apparent hatred for Rhysand, and everything she sacrificed for Tamlin, it is Rhys who gives her the space to figure out who she is and who she wants to become. Maas does an eloquent job of showing the reader how toxic Tamlin and Feyre’s relationship is and how sometimes what we want and need is entirely different and somewhat unexpected. We watch Feyre go from the nearly starving and struggling human girl to a powerful and fierce Fae woman.
Unfortunately, though, it’s not just Feyre who will be forever changed by her fateful encounter with the Fae.
This book was one of my favorites by Sarah J Maas so far. I love the dynamic between Rhysand, Cassian, and Azriel. Morrigan and Amren are the cherries on top of their little family. I love the way things unfold with Rhysand and Feyre, and oh man, do things get hot and spicy, so reader discretion is advised, but don’t let that scare you away. I flew through the 600+ pages. I couldn’t get enough.
Read this book!

Published by ATL Doyle

I am an aspiring author, military wife, and mother of four boys. In my free time, I am a voracious reader and lover of large cups of tea. While I enjoy reading everything, my favorite genre is fantasy. One of my hobbies is reading and reviewing books on various online platforms. I have dabbled in short stories and writing poetry, publishing a small book of my poems in 2022, with an independent publisher. I enjoy keeping the world up-to-date on her writing, reading, and random thoughts on my blog.I am also currently writing my first novel.

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