Feyre survived Amarantha's clutches to return to the Spring Court—but at a steep cost Though she now has the powers of the High Fae her heart remains human and it can't forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin's peopleNor has Feyre forgotten her bargain with Rhysand High Lord of the feared Night Court As Feyre navigates its dark web of politics passion and dazzling power a greater evil looms—and she might be key to stopping it But only if she can harness her harrowing gifts heal her fractured soul and decide how she wishes to shape her future—and the future of a world cleaved in twoWith than a million copies sold of her beloved Throne of Glass series Sarah J Maas's masterful storytelling brings this second book in her seductive and action packed series to new heights


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    Rating All the stars in the universe I needed not to be dead when I agreed”“You needed not to be alone” I don't really know what to say in order to adequately express how stunning A Court of Mist and Fury is How exquisitely beautiful How slow burningly sorrowful How joyous at the same time I'm at a lack of words for describing how it truly made me feel because this book resonates with my soul and my heart and my mind so wonderfully it just filled me with awe from within leaving me drowning in an eternal swirl of emotions a ruin because of a mere novel “But then she snapped your neck” Tears rolled down his face “And I felt you die” he whispered Tears were sliding down my own cheeks This book is a story about life and love and every gray shade in between A story about the bleak days and the lovely winds of change A story about hard fought happiness and soul wrenching sacrifices And a story about a girl who finds herself drifting away into the fields of nothingness only to discover the stars and moon and night sky pointing towards her glorious rebirth Feyre oh dear Feyre I am so so proud of her and who she's become at the end of the novel She's so exhilarating and vibrant and incredibly strong But she was not like this in the beginning The events in the previous book shredded her apart from the inside out living only a shell of the brave young woman we cheered for My heart ached for her But she finds herself again her true self her wild heart her luminous spark of daring fierce brilliant dreams And the heroine that emerges is coated with sheer determination powerful bravery and astounding compassion I was not a pet not a doll not an animal I was a survivor and I was strong I would not be weak or helpless againI would not could not be broken Tamed I want to assure everyone that not one character NO ONE acts OOC And besides Feyre no one changes You know what I'm talking about the alpha males vulturing around Feyre ACoTaR only showed us bits and pieces but we mustn't jump to the wrong conclusions about certain people especially since the depth of ACoTaR felt at least to me similar to a Vegas wedding after meeting a guy in the hotel lobby whereas ACoMaF was a reality check Harsh and cruel and unyielding This being said I liked Tamlin He was true to himself Everything he does he does out of love and of fear of losing Feyre And we all know that people blinded by love can often make mistakes and Tam did Many mistakes A lack of understanding intoxicated him and an imperative need for control severed his perception Paradoxically we get to know him better even if he's not a present figure throughout the book And perhaps now that we've seen of his layers and facades perhaps we see him in a much different light He has issues and I truly believe Amarantha messed him up mentally nowhere near the trauma Feyre endured but still a haunting scar imprinted on his demeanor Regardless do not mistake all I've said as excuses in his defense because they are not They do not excuse his ultimate authority his condescending attitude and his infuriatingly rash decisions for which he does need to suffer the consequences view spoilerI just cannot wait to see him get his ass handed to him by Feyre hide spoiler