Hello, my lovely readers!
Welcome to the last part of my reviews on Sarah J. Maas’ ACOTAR series (so far). I am heartbroken that there’s nothing more to read, so prepare for a lengthy and spoiler-filled review.
After the events in A Court of Wings and Ruin, Feyre, Rhys and their family try to rebuild Velaris, try to rebuild their own lives. Winter Solstice is approaching. What better way to heal those wounds with a family gathering?
I also devoured this little piece of writing (it’s a novella) in one go.
I love that the pace is so much slower than in the other books as it only spans over a few days. However, that doesn’t mean the story is less intense.
Just like the novels before, this one had me weeping like a child.
I know many people hated this novella. Most likely because it’s so different from the rest in the series. But what broke my heart this time was seeing them all together, struggling to adjust, finally finding some peace and quiet. I loved it so much because the characters get something they deserve after all those horrific events in the past books.
Some things might have been a bit tacky and not overly thrilling, but that’s the way life is. We get chapters about almost every one of our favorite characters and learn a tiny bit more about where they come from and what they feel.
When I turned the final page, just couldn’t believe it was over. (For now. There was a teaser concerning a new book coming god knows when). I am not yet ready to leave them. So the moment I finished A Court of Frost and Starlight, I headed over to tumblr where I read all the fanfic I could find. It seems there is a cross-over between ACOTAR and the Throne of Glass series, so now I will spend my time reading that entire series just to get to that point. I was seriously debating just re-reading all the ACOTAR books before I found that out.
Excuse me while I try my tears, glue my broken heart back together and gobble up some fanfiction on my new favorite book series out there.
Sarah J. Maas, please do me a favor and hurry up with the next book!
Did you read the book? Let me know in the comments what you think!
Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Bloglovin‘, Tumblr, Goodreads, Letterboxd or Instagram!