A Court of Mist and Fury

Overall read or don’t read: READ ******This is currently my favorite fiction novel****** Bomb diggity


I made the mistake of reading A Court of Thorns and Roses before this sequel was released. Luckily, it was only a month before A Court of Mist and Fury was released. I was excited because I enjoyed the first one so much, but I didn’t realize what was coming… (Thunder sound effects, smoke fills the screen.) 

I am all for love triangles and the forced interaction with the third party. It’s a very enviable situation, also very common. Coincidentally, I am reading a self published novel right now that has a similar dynamic. The difference here was… Everything. 

I can’t get into much because so much of this novel is a spoiler for the first. It’s also a spoiler for this one. 

All I can say is that at one point of this books I was struck silent in a way that I never have been before. I hate to write about what I felt, because I don’t want to take any of its value away, and I feel like I can’t do it justice. 

I’ve met a lot of characters, and feel like I also have met many authors through their writing. One of the characters in this novel was the best written character of his type. I don’t say that lightly. I’m aching over this character still. So are a lot of the reading people I talk to or read about. We’re all a little book drunk and gushing over this character. 

Just read this. 

*****Spoiler alert*****

Rhysand. Man oh man.

 Sigh. Making me nervous.

I don’t know if I have the words right now. 

 Rhysand just hacked my little heart up and I loved every minute.I have never felt what I feel for Rhys. I physically, in real life FEEL real feelings for Rhys. 

Maybe it’s the bad boy thing. That horrible belief some of us have, that the jerk you like is actually an amazing man. I don’t know, and I don’t care. 

Another huge part of this was the growth of the protagonist. It’s a normal thing for the characters to grow. The characters growth sometimes puts the author in a pickle because the growth can remove them from the early characters and settings the author worked so hard to build. 

Sarah J Maas didn’t fear this, she didn’t shy away from pulling trigger when so many others do. 

AMAZING,  a millions stars.

My cast

Rhysand. That’s all I got. Nobody else mattered, and I couldn’t focus on casting. Also, I saw this actor in a film recently and I couldn’t help but feel it was Rhys, and naturally I was like 😍😘😱😭👅💀


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