Title: A Court of Frost and Starlight
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses #3.1
My rating: 3/5 stars
Date Read: 12/22/18
ACOFAS is the in between novella between the original ACOTAR trilogy and the second half of it if that makes sense and it should be read before ACOTAR #4. To be honest, most of this book was pointless. I feel like she could of just added a chapter at the end of ACOWAR or a mini epilogue or something like that.
This book is less then 250 pages and it is basically following Feyre and Rhysand after the war and the aftermath of it during the Winter solstice.
I found the beginning of this book to be so boring but it eventually picked up but it still is my least favorite out of the three. Keep in mind this in novella and not a full length book. I think what I enjoyed most in this novella is revisiting the wold and characters again. I personally love the characters and was very happy to see that Mor and Cassian also had a point of view in this story.
The one thing I found weird about the writing is that Feyre and Rhysand's chapters were told in first person while Mor and Cassian's were told in third person. It made no sense to be and I personally thing they should all be told in the same way, meaning only in third person or first person. The other thing I did not like about the writing is that I could not really tell the difference between Rhysand and Feyre's point of view. At one point of the novella I thought we were following Feyre until Cassian said Rhysand's name.
If you are not really interested in this novella and want to read the rest of the series, I would recommend just reading the last 20 ish pages of the book.
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