“And in the end, though, we’d saved each other. All of us had.”
~ A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Mass
Well, after last 200 pages of Acowar I didn’t have a lot of expectations from this one. Also, I kinda knew that nothing major will happen in this book. I still don’t understand the titles of these books. I get that its winter so it’s called A court of frost and starlight but its still the same court.
Why start each title with “court” if you are talking about the same court every single time!
Anyway, coming back to this book, it shows us a glimpse into the lives of Court of dreams post war.They all are healing from it, trying to pick up the pieces and go on with their lives.
The book does start a little slow at the beginning but picks up the pace after a few pages. I enjoyed multiple point of views in the book, especially the side characters.Side characters get a third person narrative, which I preferred more than the first person narrative for Rhys and Feyre.
Nesta was a real bitch in this one, but she is going through a lot. I guess she has had the hardest blow of them all.
I wish we had a chapter for Azriel too because I really liked Mor’s chapters, and I would really like to know whats happening with him and Elaine. I am shipping them hard. I just think it makes more sense than Lucien and Elaine. Also it would be cool see someone challenge the so called Mating bond.
Cassian’s chapters were again just okay, with an exception for the last one. I really liked that.
Rhys’s chapters were the ones that I enjoyed the least(not saying they are bad), which is weird as he is my favorite characterI guess I like seeing him from others eyes.
Overall this in an alright read if you like the earlier books of A Court of Thorns and Roses, but keep in mind it’s not to add anything to the story. If you go into it with that expectation, you will be highly disappointed.