A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas – Popular on Social Media

Iceland and A Court of Frost and Starlight

Available from the library

📖PLOT SUMMARY📖

A relatively short book (in comparison to the other books!) set shortly after A Court of Wings and Ruin. It is about celebration and everyone being together and working towards a brighter future. It is written by taking each of the main characters perspectives around a certain time and making it into a story.

💭THOUGHTS💭

After a bit of a wait I finally managed to get hold of this book on the Libby App!

This is the fourth book in the series (or 3.1 as I’ve seen it referred to!) and in comparison to the previous books it is a very light read, both in storyline and size! To be honest it was a nice break from the heavy stuff and allowed the characters to be themselves and enjoy themselves for once. There was still the appropriate level of sadness (after all there had just been a war!) but there was hope and happiness too. 

It was cleverly written from the main characters perspectives which allowed you as the reader to see what was happening from different angles and to get a better insight into that character. 

The setting was beautifully written about and made you want to be there experiencing the sights, sounds and celebrations and, as previously mentioned, it was the celebration aspect of the book was a welcome break after all the darkness of the previous books. 

I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series!

⭐Rated 4/5⭐


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