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Review: A court of Mist and Fury

Books: A court of Mist and Fury

Author: Sarah J. Maas

Publisher: Bloomsbury

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Feyre has saved her love Tamlin from the wrath of Amarantha, they return to Spring Court and pretend the event of Under the Mountain never happened. Feyre thinks she can live with that. The dreams that haunt will go eventually but as Tamlin forces to keep her locked away convincing himself she is safe that way. Feyre’s new immortal body acts out. After three months of no contact Rhysand, The high lord of the Night Court shows up on their wedding day and takes her away to keep the bargain. Feyre needs to learn to control her powers but Tamlin refuses. Rhysand offers Feyre safe haven. But Rhysands charm starts working on Feyre and she starts falling for him but is it love? or just lust? In the midst of this there is a war coming. Rhysand helps Feyre learn her powers and take control of them so she can help with whats coming. With the help of her amazing powers Feyre helps Rhys and his inner circle prepare for war. To protect Humans and the people of Prythian. She’s forced to go through a leap of faith. Everyone she ever loved will be presented to her as a test. Who will chose to betray? Who will she give her heart to? How will she win?

I LOVEDD this book of the #ACOTAR series! I shipped Tamlin and Feyre so hard in the first book and i was so confused as to how could they possibly make the readers ship Feyre and Rhys more? How could be possibly be capable of loving someone else more? But SJM did it! the story is perfection! I am so happy to be in fandom and i can’t wait to be done with the third book of the series #ACOWAR. Can we pleaseee make a series or a movie out of this?! and please without any changes or advancements! the series is perfect just the way it is! Would love to see Rhys and Feyre and his inner circle!!
Here an illustration from the amazing @charliebowater (you can find her on instagram and twitter) of the inner circle!

Yes I know, Cauldron boil me, Mother help me… this is just too perfect for my eyes and heart!..
#bookstagram #bookish #bibliophile

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