Book Review: A Court of Frost & Starlight

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Author: Sarah J Maas

Pages: 246

A Court Of Thorns & Roses Series

Synopsis: The Night Court is trying to pick themselves up from the war that just raged their lands. With the Winter Solstice approaching, Feyre and her friends are trying to find normalcy in a time of unrest and heal wounds that aren’t always seen by each other. 


This was not what I was expecting at all. It was great to get back to these lovable characters, even though I knew it was a novella, I felt like I was missing some important connection. Seeing different perspectives was a really cool idea and understanding a bit more about the wounds they all felt was great too but I felt meh while/after reading it. Like something was missing from the writing. I’ve read plenty of novellas before and I’ve always felt satisfied with them, this one I was left wanting more (but not in a good way).

However I did love the excerpt at the end for the next full length (I think) coming out!

I’m hoping we get some new characters in the future to add some spice to the mix, and really tie up some character development.

Overall Rating: 3/5 stars

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