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Reviewed in Australia on 7 May 2017
Second time reading it and if it is even possible, I love this book more than the first. This book is as much about being an epic romance as it is with being about how one deals with guilt and trauma. Feyre is not in a good place after the events from Under the Mountain and is nearly overwhelmed with guilt; hers and others. After Feyre swaps the Spring Court for the Night Court, things begin to really get interesting and much of what the first book hinted at becomes clear. The new characters introduced bring a warmer side to the story, even if they all have their own sob stories, and we see lover turn to enemy and… enemy turn to lover? Hmm, have to read it yourself. However, who could not love a bad boy and Rhysand certainly appears to be just that. Sarah J. Maas has a habit of revealing major plot developments after they have happened, you literally find out what has happened with the main characters when the other characters do, but this adds a touch of surprise that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat as you turn the pages. The ending of A Court of Mist and Fury is, well I hate to say it, but, it’s painful. Painful because it is so good. Sarah J. Maas certainly knows how to end on a cliffhanger.
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