A Court of Mist and FuryBook - 2016
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Reviewed by Nahal: A Court of Mist and Fury, is the second novel to Sarah J. Maas' intriguing series called 'A Court of Thorns and Roses' as we follow the story of Feyre the Curse breaker, as she returns to the Spring Court side by side of Tamlin. But adjusting to her new High Fae body is a hard ... Read More »
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Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
nahomi_reed thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 15
black_cobra_1097 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
kBj21 thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over
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"I'm surprised there aren't more mirrors in this house, since you seem to love looking at yourself so much."
“He thinks he'll be remembered as the villain in the story. But I forgot to tell him that the villain is usually the person who locks up the maiden and throws away the key. He was the one who let me out.”
"No one was my master— but I might be master of everything, if I wished. If I dared.”
"We were a song that had been sung from the very first ember of light in the world.”
Not consort, not wife. Feyre is High Lady of the Night Court. My equal in every way; she would wear my crown, sit on a throne beside mine. Never sidelined, never designated to breeding and parties and child rearing. My queen.
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 again
I would not, could not be broken. Tamed.
I fell in love with you, smartass, because you were one of us—because you weren’t afraid of me, and you decided to end your spectacular victory by throwing that piece of bone at Amarantha like a javelin. I felt Cassian’s spirit beside me in that moment, and could have sworn I heard him say, ‘If you don’t marry her, you stupid prick, I will.
To the people who look at the stars and wish, Rhys."
Rhys clinked his glass against mine. “To the stars who listen— and the dreams that are answered.
“To the people who look at the stars and wish, Rhys." Rhys clinked his glass against mine. “To the stars who listen—and the dreams that are answered.”
Sexual Content: It has descriptive sexual content but it is suitable for eleven year olds like me.
Sexual Content: A lot of sexual content in the later chapters of the book.
Sexual Content: Not really suited for teen 16 or younger.
SummaryAdd a Summary
Feyre has freed Tamlin's people, but at a high cost to herself. Three months after she escaped Amarantha's clutches, Feyre is finding herself broken and struggling to keep herself together. As a High Fae with a human heart she will have to figure out where she stands, especially as she discovers the depth of her powers and how they may safe the world from the new threat arising.
Feyre survived Under the Mountain. But at a steep cost. Now she's trying to cope and learn about what happened to her. All while preparing for her upcoming marriage to Tamlin.
But she also hasn't forgotten the bargain she made with Rhysand. When he comes to collect on that bargain, Feyre starts to realize that a greater evil is looming on the horizon. However, even if she's the only one who can stop it, she can't do it if she can't learn to harness her gifts, find a way to heal her soul (and her heart) and decide which path she wants to take.