May 20th, 2018

A Court of Frost and Starlight Book Review

Book: A Court of Frost and Starlight
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Rating: 5 Out of 5 Stars

So, I am a little disappointed about the length of the book, but come one, it’s good to see Feyre, Rhys, and the gang again. I know a lot of people were a little upset that it did focus mostly on Feyre and Rhys, but I do really love them. I guess my biggest gripe with this one is why didn’t it come out in December? It’s a Winter Soloistic book and it came out in May. I don’t get it.

Anyway, Sarah most certainly does not disappoint with this one. A Court of Frost and Starlight is not as dark as the rest of the series, but we still have the wonderful world that if you are like me, you have come to know and love.  Instead of the world being war torn, we get to see how everyone is trying to rebuild and move on. It’s one of those books that focuses on more of the society end of things instead of the political one.

All of the major characters make an appearance and a lot of them have their own point of view characters. I did really enjoy having the story told from other points of view; I thought it really added to over all character growth of the books. Rhys and Feyre are my favourites though. I know a lot of people are upset that it’s not focused on Mor and her development as a gay character, but I am actually fine with it. To be honest, I really do not care.

This one really doesn’t add much to the overall plot of the series, but, again, I am actually fine with that. Sometimes you do need that lighter read in a series to remind you that the characters do actually have a fluffier side. I thought it brought back the lighter side of Rhys’s friends and their bonds, which may be what we need.

I am really sad that this is probably going to be the last book focused on Rhys and Feyre, but I am looking forward to reading more about the other characters. I am happy that I bought this one and I recommend that all fans of Rhys and Feyre buy this.