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      Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Throne of Glass, Court of Thorns and Roses, and Crescent City series. Her books have sold millions of copies and are published in thirty-seven languages. Sarah lives with her husband, son, and dog.

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      ‎ 656 pages

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      ‎ 9781526641144

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      8 reviews for A Court of Mist and Fury Paperback – 16 February 2021 by Sarah J. Maas (Author)

      1. Shaljami

        Book Review – A Court of Mist and FuryAuthor – Sarah J MaasGenre- Romantic FantasyThis is the second book of the series. After Feyre saves Prythian from Amarantha, she goes back with Tamlin to the Spring Court. Between wedding preparations and other celebrations she is haunted by nightmares of the times Under the Mountain. Even though she has turned into a High Fae, her heart remains human. Just when she thinks Rhysand has forgotten her deal to spend one week in his court, he arrives. And arrives he truly does.The characters Feyre, Rhysand, Cassian, Azrael, Mor, Amreen flesh out so well. There is no putting down this series honestly. The seamless transition between human life to fae life left me in awe.The plot doesn’t falter once, it gripped me throughout. The interesting twist is actually the love angle here. Even though I found myself guessing bits and parts, yet the turn around was breath taking.There is so much to learn from Ms. Maas. The depth of characters,  their sufferings, longing, loneliness, flaws and so much more. The action scenes are so strong and easy to visualize. Right up until the climax, that throws everything off. I found myself already bracing for the third book of the series.

      2. Sraban

        Rhysand! Rhysand! Rhysand!Holy shit this book was one of my favourites so far in 2016.This book had me on the edge of my seats. It had so many ups and downs. My emotions were all over the place. The story started off where it ended in the last book which is a court of thorns and roses. This book was much more complex and rich in its characters and its world building. It compensated for the little loopholes that was present in the last book. I could feel a strong connection to all that happened in the last book but everything was new at the same time. We got to see things from a new perspective that we had not thought of in the first book. Even the characters have taken a whole new turn. All that we thought was right in the first book was all wrong and all that we thought was wrong turned out to be the best. The story intertwined so much more beautifully than I was expecting it to be.World building:The world building was one of the best. The first book could not tell us about the faeire world that much but everything was compensated more than enough in this book. I was very much confused about the world and that made me a little uncomfortable but this book gave a vast explanation of the world. It was so rich and complex and I loved the world and wanted to be a part of it as well. The night court was explored in its every corner. We even got to visit the summer court and also certain other places. We got the image of the human lands as well where the queens ruled. We got to know about the land of Hybern which was only mentioned about earlier. All in all the world building was far more superior to that of the first book of this trilogy.Characters:Ok so this is my favorite part!!We have all the characters from the last book plus some more kickass amazing characters. The characters are so much more intertwined and we can see all of their development together. At the end of this book I was thinking the difference the characters had from the last book. It was humongous.First of all I would like to talk about feyre. In the first book she was weak and submissive. She was a huntress but I could not see that much of strength to her character until the very end. She was strong but not as much. She liked to paint and thought if she could marry someone rich she would paint all her life. She was to some extent pathetic. In this installment however she took a one eighty degree turn and she became so much more kickass yet feminine as Sarah J Maas likes to do with her characters. She still loved to paint but she was much more than that. In the beginning she was seen to be tortured by her own thoughts about what she had done in the last book. She was shattered and broken. So much so that she was nothing but a hollow empty entity. She could not eat or sleep waking up each night from the horrific dreams and wrench her gut out vomiting in the bathroom.And I completely understood why that happened. But later on she was such a strong character. She was in complete control of her emotions. She was so much more kickass- bold and courageous that even I fell in love with her. Yet she loved her family and loyal to the one she loved. We can see her self sacrifice character so much in this book especially at the end that I kept crying and hoped for the next installment so much to see her having a happily ever after because she deserved that.Tamlin was kind of my favourite in the first book but he had a demotion so much so that I hated him at the end of this book. Whatever I thought about him was so wrong. He was so miserable in this book that I wanted to put a knife through him myself if he existed. He was so much self centered, careless, jealous, and obsessed. I could not think about the other side of the coin prior to reading about the past happenings that he did. But he was sickening at the end.Rhysand-Holy crap! Can I marry him? Please! Please! Please!He was the best. Like he was also one of my favourites before but that changed into an obsession. Like I have a thing for bad and hot guys. But he was not what I expected. And he was like a bombshell that exploded in this book with love potion that intoxicated me. We can understand why he did all that he had done in the last book. And it was so convincing that I did not find myself questioning about anything that he had done. He was a complete sweetheart.Other characters:There are a lot of characters in this book. Starting of we have Lucien and Nesta and Elian. Then we have kickass characters like Amren, Azriel, Cassian. All of them had a huge character development from where they had started off. By the end I was on the edge of of seat to see the potential of action that can happen with these characters alone. They form a huge and important part of the story. And Sarah has said that Nesta will cover even a greater role in the next installment so that is definitely something to look forward to.Plot:The story was completely filled with twists and turns. The plot never left me feeling bored or uninterested even for a split second. I was highly engrossed in the story and it was definitely a page turner. This book definitely contains pretty steamy and graphic sexual content. But it didn’t bother me that much because it was so good and full of emotions which was completely understandable. The chemistry between each of these characters was charminf. The friendships had so much loyalty and the romance was definitely swoon worthy. I was cringing in some scenes from the lines during the romance and I was like how can you even say that?? Or Kyaaa I can’t take it anymore :PAll in all though this book was the second book in a trilogy it was not at all boring. It was action packed and a roller coaster of emotions. But it also laid down a fabulous plot for the next book. I can see the grave danger that is coming. I cant wait to read the next book.I completely devoured this book and I highly highly recommend everyone to read this book. I cannot emphasize enough on how good this book is. It should be a must read for everyone.Final verdict- I am obsessed

      3. Ahana Rao (Heart’s Content)

        Disclaimer: This review is riddled with spoilers, I would not recommend reading this review unless you’ve already read the book. But, if you’re looking for a spoiler-y reason to keep reading this series or a little sneak into my thoughts, dive right in.Writing a review for A Court of Mist and Fury is probably going to be the hardest thing I’ve done, after trying to hold back from having a long ugly cry session while reading it (which I failed at by the way, so hopefully the comparison wasn’t prophetic). The last perhaps thirty percent of ACoTaR was the most gripping, emotionally wringing set of pages I’ve ever read. So it was no surprise that the next book was bought and started in less than T minus 5 seconds.I went into the whole series being absolutely aware of the protagonist switch, but I wasn’t sure how exactly it would come to play because let’s be honest, it’s never been done and it almost sounds like a crime. So how will SJM make it seem like its the right thing to do? I didn’t have time to expect anything at all, because I was already 20% into the book before I could blink and my God all the feels I was already getting … I swear the moment Rhys appeared I really felt like I could breathe. And every single moment from there broke me down and suddenly my Kindle was by my side and I was weeping because Freya’s situation was all of us at some point of our lives. I genuinely felt the kind of suffocation that she did and every time Rhys came I felt like he brought air with him and my voice would finally be heard.To say Rhys took this book and turned it into something that resembled the beautiful things that he’s been keeping safe all his life, would be an understatement. Suddenly doors I had never expected to see open were thrown wide open and revelations upon revelations on what makes a relationship a good one, what makes and keeps emotions healthy for oneself and others… Everything came to me as suddenly and surprisingly as it did to Feyre. After these doors open, there’s no going back. There’s only going forward down the tunnel of darkness towards this suddenly visible promising golden light at the end.I know I should be talking about plot and pace and world-building but all I want to say is that even if all these aspects of the book were not done as well as they were, this book would’ve shone brilliantly anyway because it brought mental health straight to us in a way that is real. All of us have been bound by our love for something we thought was good and had to slowly fight, pry, crawl ourselves free from its influence.Five stars. For showing the world how powerful someone once again possesses the ability to become when broken down by something that/someone who should’ve never taken a chisel to our spirit.

      4. Diandra Huffman

        Love the world…Dislike Feyre.“𝑾𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝒅𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒕𝒂𝒕𝒕𝒐𝒐𝒆𝒅 𝒔𝒕𝒂𝒓𝒔 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒎𝒐𝒖𝒏𝒕𝒂𝒊𝒏 𝒐𝒏 𝒚𝒐𝒖𝒓 𝒌𝒏𝒆𝒆𝒔 𝒎𝒆𝒂𝒏?“ “𝑻𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝑰 𝒘𝒊𝒍𝒍 𝒃𝒐𝒘 𝒃𝒆𝒇𝒐𝒓𝒆 𝒏𝒐 𝒐𝒏𝒆 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒏𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝒃𝒖𝒕 𝒎𝒚 𝒄𝒓𝒐𝒘𝒏.”Title: A Court of Mist and FuryAuthor: Sarah J MaasRating: ⭑ ⭑ ⭑ ⭑✩Spice rating: 🌶️🌶️🌶️Release: 2020Genre: Fantasy, Romance, New AdultFormat: 📖📱Length: 624 pagesStart: August 30th, 2023Finish: September 3rd, 2023Series: A Court of Thorns and RosesFavorite character: RhysandWould I read again?: Yes!Thoughts:I don’t like Feyre. That was my mindset when I started the book. Feyre was nothing but selfish in “A Court of Thorns and Rose” and oh, did she make my blood boil. And even in this book, I was like that as well…but that’s an explanation for later. Because I truly enjoyed this story! So much that I have a picture of Velaris as my wallpaper on my phone.I didn’t want to give Tiktok the credit. I DEFINITELY didn’t want to jump on the bandwagon of this series. But why am I on Etsy about to buy a shirt that says “Wingspan Matters”? Why are there Velaris stickers in my cart? And why is Rhysand so damn irresistible???I’m doomed. I’m drinking the kool-aid and I don’t even remember it coming into my hand. Oh…god.In this second book of the series, we continue to follow Feyre after she saves Prythian from that crazy red headed demon woman with blue balls for Tamlin (lol) and she gets to head home with her flower beast man, but realizes that life as the soon-to-be wife of the High Lord of Spring Court is not what she thought it would be. Everyday was boring, soul shattering, depressing, and a prison. But the only freedom she has is that one week of the month with Rhysand at the Night Court. The story progresses as Feyre finds her strength in herself and others, learns not to judge a book by its cover, and that family (even if it’s found) and love (when is deep and true) is worth dying for.You see there? I spoke highly of the girl! Because GOD DAMN was she killing me all ACOTAR and up to Chapter 34 in ACOMAF. Feyre’s absolute selfishness and denial is so insufferable that I had to put the book down, walk away, and scream into a pillow. She is a walking billboard for “pity parties” and “misery loves company”. She is manipulative and honestly a liability. She only cares about herself and what others can do to benefit her. She doesn’t want to understand people but wants people to understand her. Pot meet Kettle. I don’t like Feyre. I AM VERY ANTI FEYRE.But holy smoke, am I loving her journey! The world building and character development is absolutely amazing. Maas knows how to write a book! I literally am transported to this world when I read like I’m watching a movie on a big screen. I have fallen in love with the characters (even Nesta!). I am envious of the beauty and danger of this world. I am absolutely desperate to pick up the next book in the series and keep going and going and going. This series is fantastic so far. Fantastic!When it comes to favorite characters, I will have to say Rhysand the one. How well written is this man that you feel his pain and pure desperation to save his found family and city. To stand up for the people around him and build a home and community he’s proud of. Plus he is sexy as hell! Take ME far away so I can hear that roar. But that pain in MY hair! Also, Amren…oooooo y’all look out for her! Badass incarnate and I can not WAIT to see what she is and where she came from.Also another favorite for me in this books is the Summer Court scenes. Tarquin, though not a massive part in this book, is a man you can easily fall in love with. Dark skin and white hair amongst a beautiful never ending summer lane. Loved it! I could literally smell the salt air and hear the gulls. The beauty described filled my mind and the chaos of the situation/mission made my heart pound with excitement and awe.So yea, I may be a Feyre hater…but it has not stopped me from seeing the vision Maas is showing in the ACOTAR series. I can say I will probably love Feyre by the end of it all. She shows signs of hope. But man, am I invested in this world! Take me away, Ms. Maas. I want to be a part of the world you have created again soon.

      5. Yami’s Bookshelf

        Mesmerizing and Phenomenal Second Book“A Court of Mist and Fury” by Sarah J. Maas is an absolute triumph in the world of fantasy literature. The book picks up where its predecessor left off, with Feyre grappling with the aftermath of her harrowing trials and the dark deeds she committed to save Tamlin’s people. The story explores the conflict between her newfound High Fae powers and her enduring human heart, and the weight of her bargain with Rhysand, the enigmatic High Lord of the Night Court.This sequel is a rollercoaster of emotions and a masterclass in character development. Building upon the foundations laid in “A Court of Thorns and Roses,” this second installment takes readers on a breathtaking journey of self-discovery, power, and love. Feyre’s growth is nothing short of remarkable as she navigates the intricate web of politics, passion, and power in the Night Court. The tension in the story is palpable, and the book keeps you turning the pages in anticipation of those sweet moments and unexpected twists.What sets “A Court of Mist and Fury” apart is its ability to build deep connections between readers and the characters. The world-building in this book is exceptional, immersing you in a richly crafted universe. And of course, the romance is nothing short of spellbinding. Unlike the first book, everything in this sequel flows seamlessly, drawing you further into the intricate relationships and conflicts.”A Court of Mist and Fury” by Sarah J. Maas has garnered a devoted following, and it’s easy to see why. It is a must-read for anyone who craves a compelling blend of magic, passion, and unforgettable characters.The tension in the story is not just good; it’s masterfully crafted to keep readers on the edge of their seats, yearning for those sweet moments and unexpected revelations. The plot delivers a tantalizing mix of both surprising and predictable twists, ensuring that every chapter feels like an exciting adventure.What truly sets this book apart is the remarkable character development. Feyre’s transformation is a triumph, and it’s impossible not to feel deeply connected to her and the entire cast of characters. The relationships that evolve throughout the story feel authentic and are filled with depth, a stark contrast to the first book in the series.In addition to what’s already been highlighted, the emotional depth of “A Court of Mist and Fury” is astounding. The trauma, the power struggles, and the heartbreak that the characters endure are explored with raw authenticity. This resonates deeply with readers, making the story not just about fantasy but about human experiences.Furthermore, the world-building is exceptionally vivid, transporting you to a realm filled with magic, beauty, and danger. It’s a testament to Sarah J. Maas’ storytelling prowess that she can make this fictional world feel so tangible and immersive.And, of course, the romance is nothing short of breathtaking. It’s not merely a plot device but a central element that enriches the characters and their journeys. The chemistry between Feyre and Rhysand is electric, drawing readers into their complex and passionate relationship.In conclusion, “A Court of Mist and Fury” is a fantasy masterpiece that turns even the most skeptical readers into ardent fans of the genre. With a gripping plot, unforgettable characters, and a world so well-crafted it feels real, it’s no wonder this book has become a cherished favorite for many. Sarah J. Maas has not only expanded the world of Feyre but also enchanted the hearts of countless readers with this stunning sequel. This book is a true gem, and it’s bound to leave a lasting impression on your heart and mind.

      6. Shaunna McLaren

        To the stars who listen– and the dreams that are answered.“To the stars who listen– and the dreams that are answered.”Have you ever read a book that impacts you in a way you can’t even put into words? It ruins you for all other books for a long time afterwards. It leaves you feeling such a wide range of emotions that you find it difficult to put those emotions – and your thoughts – into any sort of order. Have you ever read a book that just resonates with you in a way that you don’t even know how to express?Well, A Court of Mist and Fury was that book, for me. It’s been two weeks, and I still haven’t read a page of another book. I physically can’t bring myself to do it, because I just cannot stop thinking about this profoundly beautiful story that Sarah J. Maas has created. It’s the only book I’ve ever read in my entire life that I considered reading again the second I’d finished it.I’ve spent the past fourteen days trying to work out how to put my feelings about this book into words, and I haven’t had a great deal of success. I think, if I was to really do so, and really give this awe-inspiring novel the justice it deserves, then I’d probably end up writing a novel myself… So, instead, I’ve decided to write a brief(ish) list of reasons as to why you should read this book right now. (With some quotes because I highlighted so many great ones, and I can’t not include some of them!)HERE GOES.— FEMINISM. I don’t think I’ve ever read a book in this genre that was so openly feminist and, let me tell you, it was so refreshing. And exciting. And just great. Seriously, a female protagonist in this genre who is treated as an equal by all of the males in the novel! A female protagonist who is physically powerful, but who is also soft and feminine – since, you know, you can actually be both at the same time! I genuinely felt empowered reading this novel. Thank you, Sarah, for giving young women a book with such a strong, feminist message running throughout. We need more books like this.— A Hades and Persephone retelling!! Need I say more??— FEYRE. Oh, Feyre. I am so proud of her, I can’t even put it into words. Feyre’s growth was just incredible. I liked her in ACOTAR, don’t get me wrong – but I fell head over heels in love with her in this novel. At the end of ACOTAR, Feyre fell to pieces. In ACOMAF, she slowly puts all of those pieces back together and, in doing so, maps out her own future in such an awe-inspiring way. Feyre becomes someone who is wild and brave and compassionate and completely astounding. I can say with absolute certainty that she’s now one of my favourite book heroines ever. Honestly, I am so in love with her. Ahhh. “No one was my master — but I might be master of everything, if I wished. If I dared.”— The world-building. Oh. In A Court of Thorns and Roses (the first novel in this series), we barely glimpsed the incredible world that Sarah J. Maas has created for this series. Every part of this world has been crafted so elegantly. I was completely lost in it all. The Night Court and The Court of Dreams, especially. Hell, even The Court of Nightmares had me dreaming up the most deliciously dark images in my mind. And back to Velaris. Oh, man. I fell in love with this city. Like, so much. I don’t want to do spoilers, but there’s part later on in the novel… I was so sad and angry and eurghhh. I don’t think I’ve loved a fictional place this much since Hogwarts.— Love as a main theme – but not just romantic love. All kinds of love. The lengths we are willing to go to for love. The sacrifices we are willing to make. The way that love can change and shape us – for better, or for worse.— While we’re talking about love… Healthy relationships. And not only that, but the process of moving from an unhealthy relationship, to a healthy one. Of realising that someone you love isn’t right for you just because you love them, and the various emotions that wrack you when you begin to fall for someone else who is. Maas shows us that sometimes, we grow up and, in doing so, grow apart – and that there’s nothing wrong with that. It doesn’t make you a bad or cruel person. It just happens. And it might not be easy, but it’s okay.— RHYSAND. High Lord of the Night Court. Powerful. Feminist. Dreamboat. I always suspected that there was a lot more to Rhys than what we found out about him in ACOTAR. I mean, I was madly in love with this character even then, but after his character development arc in this novel, coupled with the revelations about his past, it’s safe to say I’m a goner. We see Rhysand remove all of his carefully constructed masks in this novel, and the man beneath them… I don’t want to do spoilers, but ahh… Yeah, I’m definitely a goner. “My mate. Death incarnate. Night triumphant.”— THE ROMANCE. Seriously… The relationship between Feyre and Rhys was one of the most beautiful and touching romances I have ever read. Ever, ever. The way Rhys inspires Feyre, and supports her every decision, and encourages her to be her best self… It was just so touching to read. I ugly cried so many times reading about these two. Even during the happy parts. I don’t want to say much more, because I’ll end up giving away a lot of spoilers via ridiculous levels of fan-girling, and I don’t want to do that… But I am seriously in love with this relationship, and I am so glad that Sarah has incorporated a romantic relationship into her novel that is not only this touching and beautiful, but also sends a really good message to girls about how you should be treated by someone who really, truly loves you. Someone who wants you to be the absolute best version of yourself… But who is also there to support you when you can’t be that. Someone who lets you take the lead when you need to, but is willing to take the lead when you can’t. Everyone deserves that.— The “secondary” characters. It feels weird even calling them secondary characters at this point. The character development in this novel was astronomical. Like, wow. I am so in love with Amren, Mor, Azriel and Cassian. I don’t remember the last time I read a book with secondary characters with so much depth. My heart tugged for them just as much as it did for Feyre and Rhys, and that’s really saying something. Like I said earlier, this novel is about all of the different kinds of love, and the friendships that formed between all of these characters was such an absolute joy to read. Also, as a side note: I NEED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT AMREN. Like, right now.— This was supposed to be brief and it’s really not brief at all, is it?— Everything else I need to say involves spoilers and squealing and lots of incoherent noises.— Seriously, just read this book, okay.Honestly, I’d go as far as saying that this book is one of the best things to happen to me in so long. I was going through a pretty bad time when I read it, and it managed to fill me with hope and love and happiness so far from what any book has filled me with for as long as I can remember. It touched my heart in a way that anything rarely does, and I don’t think I’ll ever get over it.I really hope you’ll read A Court of Mist and Fury, and I really hope it will touch your heart in the same way that it touched mine.Thank you so much for this beautiful novel, Sarah.Let me leave me with my favourite quote: “I wonder if some part of me knew what was waiting for me. That I would never be a gentle grower of things, or someone who burned like fire — but that I would be quiet and enduring and as faceted as the night. That I would have beauty, for those who knew where to look, and if people didn’t bother to look, but to only fear it… Then I didn’t particularly care for them, anyway.”

      7. A.D:

        Read in 2 daysI enjoyed the first book so after finishing it I immediately picked up this one and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s a little long for my liking but I still enjoyed it and could not put it down until I finished it.the story is a little silly, I wouldn’t take any of these books very seriously as they are cheesy, but it’s an easy entertaining read.However, I don’t feel like this is a continuation of what happened in the first book but rather a new beginning. The first book now feels like a prequel to me.A lot of fantasy and a lot of romance. I think it’s a slow burn too as it felt like forever until the main couple got together. I would recommend only to people that are looking for exactly that.

      8. Alyshia

        Feyre is healing from Under the Mountain, but is she really? (SPOILERS)o I LOVED this book, along with every other reader. However, it’s not my favorite book in the series (I’m writing this online review after completing the series BUT from the notes I took while reading for the first time).o We certainly do love a Rhysand show, don’t we? We all made the mistake of liking Tamlin in the first book, you’re not alone. I love Rhys’ character so much. Brooding, bad boy with the good reasons. We love that.o OVERVIEW: SPOILERS. Feyre returned to the Spring Court with Tamlin. Only to find that Tamlin had become so overprotective of her she wasn’t allowed to leave the manor. So she stayed there planning for everything with Ianthe, the priestess that Tamlin had brought in. Planning the wedding, planning the flowers, things that she couldn’t have cared any less about. We find Feyre falling more and more into the darkness. However, while she is there fighting with Tamlin on everything, Rhysand shows up to make good on his bargain after 3 months of peace where everyone assumed he’d forgotten about it. Although she doesn’t want to go, she does. And there, she learns to read and write because Rhys saw in the trials that she couldn’t. He teaches her with sentences like “Rhysand is the most handsome high lord”, and the like. We love that for him & his twisted sense of humor and narcissism.o However, Feyre captures a Suriel (our favorite gossip queen) and he tells her “Stay with the High Lord and see everything righted” So, the day of the wedding of Tamlin and Feyre (feeling like she is doing as the Suriel told her) comes and she has a hideous dress that she hates on that Ianthe picked out. As she is walking own the isle toward Tamlin she is silently shouting in her head for ANYONE to stop it. She is beginning to panic. And a special dark knight in shining armor shows up just in time as Feyre stopped in the aisle because she couldn’t go any further. Rhys then whisks her away.o There she decides that she is not returning to the Spring Court and being locked in that house.o So begins Feyre’s real healing at Velaris and the Night Court.o I did indeed love this book so much. Feyre’s internal struggle just fractured my heart throughout the entire thing. Her spiraling into despair and Tamlin not noticing but Rhys noticing that she was coming to him during his weeks, frail and full of nothing was so amazing.o Watching their characters develop a relationship was amazing. I understand why this book is the favorite of the ENTIRE series.

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