Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas

4stars

Okay, I know that most people love this because of Rhys and Feyre, which I do too. BUTTTT… I loved this for Nesta. Finally!!! The series is going to continue with her and I’m so excited. Rhys and Feyre have reached their story arc and this was just a pretty exclamation point from the series. I know, we will probably get more of them sprinkled throughout the rest of the series. I hope it’s just small though. I’m ready for these other characters to take the lead.

In this book, we get a peek at where are characters are, after the war. Things are still shaky and a lot of our characters are far from recovered. We also get a look at more of Velaris and how it’s run. It was a little irksome how many times Feyre had to divulge at HOW much money they had. We get it. You are rich. No need to keep going on about it. Anyways…

I love Cassian and I was so happy that we got some chapters in his POV. The one chapter with Nesta’s POV was so dark. I love how all this is setting up for what is going to be an awesome book #4! I cannot wait!!

This is a novella. I can’t really go on and on. It was a super fast read and I loved it! It’s really a lot of set up for these characters, which the author has stated. This is a story to connect the new series.

I’m writing this really quick. My husband is on his way home and we have to get ready to leave tomorrow. It’s wedding weekend!! My brother is getting married. So, I’m sorry that this is so rushed but I wanted to get it out before the weekend! 🙂

 

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10 thoughts on “Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas

  1. I liked the book, but the Nessian vibes are what saved it for me. The whole mate thing turned me off even though I’ve been a huge fan of it in the first three books. And I didn’t like the eventual love triangle with Az, Elaine, and Lucien. Az deserves someone else since he got shafted. And I just feel sorry for Lucy. I’m glad you like it though!

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