Review: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

17927395I purposely posted this Review today, because it’s my birthday, and when you are a blogger, you can post a review of one of your favorite reads on the year on your birthday.  

Short synopsis: This picks up almost right after ACOTAR, Feyre is still dealing with ordeal from under the mountain, as more danger lurks for Prythian.

Initial Thoughts: Holy Crap!! I still don’t think I actually comprehend what I just read!

Characters: 5 – Need I say more than Rhysand?!?  He was so complex, and Feyre really developed in this book!  And Rhysand’s inner circle, can they be my new best friends, please?

Plot: 5 –  This went from essentially and re-telling of Beauty and the Beast to full-on political intrigue.  The plot was amazing, and though the book was long, it did not feel slow at all.

Originality: 4 – I don’t know what it was, maybe the characters, or the plot, but this book felt different to me.

Predictability: 4 – So there were a few things that were predictable, but the ending!  I literally gasped, and then cried! and the whole book was full of twists and turns, that I was surprised by, and I had been spoiled.

Romance: 5 –   Rhysand… swoon and a half.  This is one of the most adult relationships I’ve had the pleasure to read! I just love everything about it.

Overall: 5


Read this if you haven’t please, so we can talk about!

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