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Sarah Janet Maas (* 5. März in New York City) ist eine US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Sie ist vor allem bekannt für ihren Romanzyklus Throne of Glass, dessen Debütroman bei Bloomsbury Publishing veröffentlicht wurde und dessen deutsche Übersetzung von Ilse Layer (Original: A Court of Frost and Starlight. This review and many others, both german and english, can also be found on my blog. Diese und viele weitere Rezensionen, auf deutsch und. Das Reich der sieben Höfe 4 - Frost und Mondlicht (German Edition) [Maas Sarah J.] on A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses). Sarah J. A Court of Frost and Starlight ist der vierte Band vom "Reich der Sieben Höfe" und erzählt den Übergang zwischen Band und den. Sarah Janet Maas (* 5. März in New York City) ist eine US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Sie ist vor allem bekannt für ihren Romanzyklus Throne of Glass, dessen Debütroman bei Bloomsbury Publishing veröffentlicht wurde und dessen deutsche Übersetzung von Ilse Layer (Original: A Court of Frost and Starlight. Bücher bei hotelparadisio.be: Jetzt A Court of Frost and Starlight von Sarah J. Maas versandkostenfrei online kaufen bei hotelparadisio.be, Ihrem Bücher-Spezialisten! A Court of Frost and Starlight book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Hope warms the coldest hotelparadisio.be, Rhys, and. Das Reich der sieben Höfe 4 - Frost und Mondlicht (German Edition) [Maas Sarah J.] on A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses). Sarah J.
It is known to be one of the most sold books of in Fantasy Fiction Genre and has received a massive amount of love from the readers.
The Novel is based on a fictional fantasy love triangle with a lot of suspense and thrill. The theme of the novel includes many myths and fairy tale stories.
A Court of Frost and Starlight is a glimpse into the lives of Feyre and Rhys and as they begin to recover from the war that changed their world.
The books have been reviewed in very good words by the critics and there are great chances to earn some awards in Sarah J. Maas has been recognized for his on this series.
A Court of Frost and Starlight was published in It has critics of 3. The Book is popular because of its fictional love fairy tales and a love triangle.
Characters in this book are all the same as that of the previous and only the continuation of the fictional story had taken place in this book.
Maas is a popular American fictional fantasy genre novel writer. A female of few words, though neither twin could be considered shy. Certainly not when they worked—spied—for both Rhys and Azriel.
Elain had already readied the garden for winter, veiling the more delicate bushes and beds with burlap. Full of whispers and shadows. The Winter Solstice.
In a week. I was still new enough to being High Lady that I had no idea what my formal role was to be.
Gods, nearly a year since Rhys had called in his bargain, desperate to get me away from the poison of the Spring Court, to save me from my despair.
Had he been only a minute later, the Mother knew what would have happened. Snow swirled and eddied in the garden, catching in the brown fibers of the burlap covering the shrubs.
My mate—who had worked so hard and so selflessly, all without hope that I would ever be with him.
We had both fought for that love, bled for it. Rhys had died for it. I still saw that moment, in my sleeping and waking dreams. How his face had looked, how his chest had not risen, how the bond between us had shredded into ribbons.
I still felt it, that hollowness in my chest where the bond had been, where he had been. Even now, with that bond again flowing between us like a river of star-flecked night, the echo of its vanishing lingered.
Drew me from sleep; drew me from a conversation, a painting, a meal. Rhys knew exactly why there were nights when I would cling tighter to him, why there were moments in the bright, clear sunshine that I would grip his hand.
He knew, because I knew why his eyes sometimes turned distant, why he occasionally just blinked at all of us as if not quite believing it and rubbed his chest as if to ease an ache.
Working had helped. Both of us. Keeping busy, keeping focused—I sometimes dreaded the quiet, idle days when all those thoughts snared me at last. Mercifully, plenty of work remained for the foreseeable future.
Rebuilding Velaris after the attacks from Hybern being only one of many monumental tasks. For other tasks required doing as well—both in Velaris and beyond it: in the Illyrian Mountains, in the Hewn City, in the vastness of the entire Night Court.
And then there were the other courts of Prythian. And the new, emerging world beyond. But for now: Solstice. The longest night of the year.
I turned from the window to Nuala, who was still fussing over the edges of her pie. Skilled spy—trained by Azriel himself—and master cook.
I had to buy presents for all of them. Not had to, but wanted to. Because all my friends, now my family, had fought and bled and nearly died as well.
I shut out the image that tore through my mind: Nesta, leaning over a wounded Cassian, the two of them prepared to die together against the King of Hybern.
I rolled my neck. We could use something to celebrate. It had become so rare for all of us to be gathered for more than an hour or two.
And a time to reflect on the darkness—how it lets the light shine. Or for the High Lord. Setting my clean dishes to dry on the little wooden rack beside the sink, I wished Nuala luck on lunch, and headed upstairs to dress.
Here … I smiled at the silver-and-sapphire band on my left hand. My smile faded a bit. I could see her, too.
See Stryga standing before the King of Hybern, covered in the blood of her prey, as he took her head in his hands and snapped her neck.
Then threw her to his beasts. I clenched my fingers into a fist, breathing in through my nose, out through my mouth, until the lightness in my limbs faded, until the walls of the room stopped pressing on me.
It was by no means a small bedroom, but it had lately started to feel … tight. The rosewood desk against one wall was covered in papers and books from both of our own dealings; my jewelry and clothes now had to be divided between here and my old bedroom.
And then there were the weapons. Daggers and blades, quivers and bows. I scratched my head at the heavy, wicked-looking mace that Rhys had somehow dumped beside the desk without my noticing.
Though I had no doubt Cassian was somehow behind it. We could, of course, store everything in the pocket between realms, but … I frowned at my own set of Illyrian blades, leaning against the towering armoire.
Find room for everything. Especially that mace. It would be a challenge, since Elain still occupied a bedroom down the hall. Nesta had chosen her own home across the city, one that I opted to not think about for too long.
And the Spring Court. Elain had not asked him to stay, or to go. But Lucien had remained, and found ways to keep busy, often gone for days or weeks at a time.
Yet even with Lucien and Nesta staying in their own apartments, the town house was a bit small these days.
Even more so if Mor, Cassian, and Azriel stayed over. And the House of Wind was too big, too formal, too far from the city proper.
Nice for a night or two, but … I loved this house. It was my home. With all of them, crowded as it might be.
Maas is a popular American fictional fantasy genre novel writer. Maas has also received numerous awards, especially in fantasy fictional category.
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Ace people exist!!!! People with low sexual drive exist!!!!!!!!!! But books need to also acknowledge that ace people exist too. Thin boys, fat boys, trans boys need to be there too.
Maybe she needs to listen to the still too small part of her readers that demand More, that demand Better. There were parts of the book that I liked.
I even enjoyed most of its central part. View all comments. Silvia Frida wrote: "Am I the only one who actually liked the book Charlotte i agree whole-heartedly - this book was unnecessary garbage and it's honestly a little bit insulting by now how little effort sjm and her team put int i agree whole-heartedly - this book was unnecessary garbage and it's honestly a little bit insulting by now how little effort sjm and her team put into everything.
This amazing little series has pulled me through some really dark times and brought so much joy into my life that I know I will treasure it, always.
In his stare, I could have sworn galaxies swirled. In the shadows between his wings, the glorious depths of the night dwelled. We do get some really sweet and domestic Feysand moments, but I was actually surprised at how little time they actually spend together during the novella and how little sex there is—who is this author and what did she do with Sarah?!
We did finally get the infamous wall scene! There are some incredibly sweet moments, at least a few scenes of Rhysand being his lovable cinnamon roll self, and a completely expected but adorable turn of events for their little family.
Shadows different from anything my powers summoned, spoke to. Born in a lightless, airless prison meant to break him. Instead, he had learned its language.
Lucien had not come here to make amends during Solstice, I realized as Tamlin opened the door to the dark library. Lucien had come here out of pity.
Cassian set me down at last. Honestly, no. This is more of a 4. View all 70 comments. Ok, it's time for an unpopular opinion.
I'm sure I'll get nasty-grammed all the way until next year for this but I didn't enjoy this. Not in the slightest.
Granted, this is all opinion based; there's nothing inherently wrong with this book, I just found myself bored from beginning to end.
If you loved this one, I truly am happy for you, but I felt the need t Ok, it's time for an unpopular opinion.
If you loved this one, I truly am happy for you, but I felt the need to provide some honest feedback in case there are others who may have the same expectations that I did here.
I'm going to keep this as spoiler free as possible, but if you haven't read the previous books in the series I would stop here.
I hate that I was expecting something to happen because it detracted from my ability to just enjoy being with these characters again as they shop for presents for each other and describe the food they are eating and recap everything we just read in the previous novel.
But truly, if all you are looking for is atmosphere then you will likely enjoy this much more than I did. The descriptions of Velaris and the Illyrian war camps are breathtaking and exquisite.
I did wholly appreciate the bit of backstory we get into Cassian initially, and my heart bled for Mor as she kept having to deal with her father and Eris and the Court of Nightmares, but every time I thought we were finally getting somewhere it would switch back over to shopping and food discussions.
So I have to give credit to the fact that I was engaged in those moments, regardless of how the flow affected my absorption of the story.
I was so disappointed in this disjointed lack of connection that I couldn't believe I was reading about the same inner circle I had once held so dear.
Have I possible "outgrown" this series? I would hope not, because it's one of my favorite escapes, so I've come to the conclusion that a big factor is this: I'm tired of Feyre and Rhysand.
It's not like I never want to hear about them, but I am so done with their narrative. You know what I think the strongest point this novella has going for it?
SJM actually made me feel a bit of conflicted sorrow for Tam Tam. I will never excuse abuse or the things he did wrong previously, but she managed to touch a tiny place inside my heart that wished for more for ole Tammy, that he could find someone to accept his brokenness and help heal him into a functioning member of fae society.
I'm sorry as I'm completely aware that this review is just a bundle of disjointed thoughts how's that for irony?
I really did. Ok, NOW you can throw your pitchforks and knives at me, I'm done! May 14, Whitney Atkinson rated it it was ok Shelves: smutty , read-in , wheres-your-editor.
This literally reads like someone from Tumblr wanted a scene with all the ACOTAR characters having christmas together so sarah whipped out her laptop.
There was no substance or set-up to a new series at all. Additional scenes include the characters getting drunk every 30 pages, weird side POVs from characters who add nothing to the story, and a snowball fight between warriors.
I honest to God am not joking when I say if I read this on fanfiction. The writing in this is so messy. Let this series die, the world is done.
The characters have exhausted their arcs and their humor is dumb and dry. Gave this book a star because Azriel deserves better than this bullshit.
Jul 08, PM. Aug 15, Beatrice in Bookland rated it it was amazing. Let the Solstice festivities begin. A court of frost and starlight focuses once more on Feyre and Rhysand and I couldn't be happier about it.
I know many people weren't happy about getting another book about them but they still hold a special place in my heart so a new whole canon book about the "To family old and new.
I know many people weren't happy about getting another book about them but they still hold a special place in my heart so a new whole canon book about them?
It felt like Christmas morning for me lol. Besides that, from my point of view the book is more about seeing the inner circle heal after the war than feysand.
Some dealt with it better than others but everyone has its own scars. I loved seeing the progression of Feyre and Rhysand's relationship, they're my all time favorite fictional couple and seeing them happy and making plans for the future was amazing, after everything they went through they deserve it and no one can convince me otherwise.
Plus, it was good to see old Rhys coming back, he was kind of less funny and flirty in acowar understandably. It's true, the plot was basically non existent but I mean I lost count of how many times Sarah said the whole book's purpose was giving a deserved ending to the feysand arc and creating a bridge between the two series.
That's exactly what she did so I don't get the amount of hate I'm reading about this topic. Plus, the final excerpt confirmed that the next book is gonna be nessian's and I liked how Sarah set up the two of them especially Nesta, her story arc in acofas is soooo dark.
And I know that many people weren't happy with her arc but for me seeing her hitting rock bottom was the perfect set up for the next book, she has her own healing to go through Cassian does too.
View all 29 comments. Ayvin Thank you May 16, PM. Keo Naidoo Totally agree! Feb 26, AM. RAISE YOUR HAND IF you would rather read about Mor accepting herself entirely and unconditionally and growing comfortable in her sexuality; Nesta finding her way towards healing and self love and getting her revenge on the queens; Elain focusing on her personal growth and learning to healthily cope with being Fae and slowly getting used to her new found abilities Nov 15, Kai rated it it was ok Shelves: , owned.
Rhys: Mate. My Mate. View all 77 comments. Dec 31, Cindy Pham rated it did not like it. This book was pointless but okay.
View all 35 comments. May 08, Miranda Reads rated it really liked it Shelves: ya-series. To summarize: for a companion novel - not bad at all.
It's full of cotton-candy fluff, and I devoured every single bite. Now, this one was a bit heavy on the smut and a bit light on the Nessian but it definitely had all the right feels in all the right places.
Stars flickered around us, sweet darkness sweeping in. As if we were the only souls in a galaxy. For those who don't know and are curious this novel sprang from a very drunk conversation between Sarah J.
Maas aka the Maaster and her publisher. Maas confessed that in her free time that she wrote fanfiction of her work. The publisher thought, we could sell that And thus, this novel was born.
So, keeping the origins in mind, I really liked this novel. There wasn't a big-bad or end-of-the-world subplot, not much plot development happened BUT this was a fun and lighthearted read.
Only her chin-length dark hair and solid silver eyes were visible above the collar. Feyre and friends are spending their first winter solstice aka Christmas without Christ together.
And despite the warmth of the hearth, not all of the winter chill is kept out. Feyre frets about reuniting her family. Rhysand freaks out about what to buy her Solstice and birthday presents!!
Mor is absolutely terrible at expressing her feelings and gift-giving in general. And Amren makes out like a bandit mostly cause everyone knows what to buy her - priceless jewels.
And, of course, Nesta being Nesta made this novel shine. Every time she and Cassian are in the same room the dynamic between them is just perfect.
He'd seen Nesta in that particular pose, too. Cassian had named about two dozen poses for Nesta at this point.
The latter was his particular favorite. I know this is just a companion novel and that there won't be much development in terms of relationships but c'mon Sarah J.
Throw us a bone. Actually, if you read the sneak peek at book 4 included at the end, I suppose she does offer us a bit of relationship hints.
I am so emotionally invested in this series right now. I wish I could just time-machine myself into next year for book 4.
But until I get that working, this companion novel will certainly tide me over. I got to read the hand-stamped version of Sarah J. Maas's book.
All I could think of the whole time was - ohmygosh. View all 32 comments. The words might have been the same; my thoughts came with an eye roll instead of pleasure though.
As did a lot of other things while I read this novella. We got to see a little bit of our characters normal lives and I think we can all agree that after everything they went through they deserve some normalcy and happiness.
It was nice to walk through Velaris, to go Solstice shopping with Mor and Feyre and to see those beloved characters interact with each other.
They all survived the war and each and every single one of them is trying to cope with the aftermath. So yes, this novella might not have a huge plot but definitely provides a good transition into the next series.
Buckle up! This is going to be a hard ride! Peace, Rhys. We have peace, and the true kind. Enjoy it — enjoy each other.
You paid the debt before it was ever a debt. Yes, we got it, Rhys is such a sexy male and they really love each other. If you ask me their story should have ended after ACOWAR because right now I have more negative feelings towards them than positive ones and this is actually kinda sad.
Just give me a little head start, will you? Host events? Organize party-planning committees? I think the only two people who feel real sympathy for Lucien are Az and Amren and they only do it to some extent.
Lucien lost so much over the centuries and now he even lost Tam and his second home. So nope, take care of your own court and leave Lucien be!
Thank you very much! And a huge YAY for Lucien! Elaine had not asked him to stay, or to go. There, I said it!
You think Nesta is a witch? Oh well, guess Elain is even worse because she hides it behind her super sweet appearance and gentle actions.
Where was Elain when Feyre was taken by Tam? What did Elain do when Feyre went out hunting for them? What did Elain do? She got engaged to Grayson!
Way to go! Also everyone loving precious and dear Elain! Did Elain ever do anything except of looking lovely?! Yes, she might be a great cook and good at gardening but seriously is that all!???!!!
Lucien deserves so much better than that! Where was her present for him?! Not even Az. No one! For all I care she can live with her precious flowers and become one of them!
She was too polite to send him away on a normal day. She just ignored him or barely spoke to him until he got the hint and left.
Despite this Band of Exiles bullshit. I just hate them both. And it will take a HUGE amount of magic to make her character at least a little bit more likable!
If she wants to be secluded from them, live in a cheap apartment, drink all day and sleep with every fae male that comes her way: Okay! How many people have to offer her help until she accepts it?
She does what she wants, even if it kills her sister. Everyone can see that Tamlin is hurting and to treat him like that? To say what Rhys said to him?
That was just cruel, mean and uncalled-for. He only helped him because he might need him in future, not because he actually cared.
Where is your compassion for Tam, Rhys? Not because I would begrudge him a relationship with her, but because I think that he deserves better than her.
After Mor played with him for centuries Az deserves the world, and then some! I felt, more than saw, my sister go still as he approached.
Her throat bobbed. But I cannot let go of how he treated you after Under the Mountain. Also what the hell does Rhys even mean with how he treated Feyre after Under the Mountain?
Lucien did nothing wrong, he was there for her, tried to help her, defended her against Tam, spoke up for her and confronted Tamlin.
And what did he get in return? Tamlin reprimanded him and might have even physically hurt him, Ianthe abused him and Tam let it happen because he refused to take part in the ritual, and Feyre?!
Do I really have to point out what Feyre did? She lied to him, claimed that Rhys had turned her and even after she came back to the spring court she continued to lie to him and hurt him even more by destroying the only place he called home.
Hell, she even used him to antagonize Tam and to destroy his friendship with Lucien. A great friend she was to him!
And this after everything he did for her Under the Mountain. Hell, he even got whipped because he helped her and almost died as well.
Well done, Feyre! Care to enlighten me? And one more thing before I come to the end of this rant review: Lucien was in no position to help Feyre because he suffered from PTSD too.
And people better keep that in mind before they talk badly about him. Big time. All told this was a nice addition to the first trilogy and a good segue into the next one and I really hope that Sarah J.
Maas will tackle all those issues I just pointed out. View all 80 comments. Rereading this again filled me up with all kinds of warmth and goodness.
Chapter 22 is officially my new favourite chapter after Chapter I mean, what are words at this point when it comes to Sarah J Maas's books?! She's my favourite author.
Her books have brought about this sense of utter calm and happiness within me every time I read them. This novella was everything we needed to potentially see the direction the other books will go in.
And boy, am I Rereading this again filled me up with all kinds of warmth and goodness. And boy, am I beyond excited for it!
I'm sure we'll be getting more of Cassian and Nesta in the next book and Sarah J Maas does character development ridiculously well and my god, being able to look forward and dream about their character exploration makes me want to pee in me pants, man!
I loved that we got see more of the Inner Circle. They are, hands down, my favourite bunch of fictional characters. I feel like I'm part of the family.
I'm so glad some lighthearted, happy and sweet, tender moments were included in this. The family aspect between them all felt too real, and so good to read.
And the emphasis on art in this book and seeing Feyre getting back into it as a form of healing for herself and others was a dream. The progression from ACOWAR to this felt natural and the cities and its people including our main lot were still healing, still too traumatised from the war.
But progress was being made and I can't wait to see how that will be looked at in the upcoming spin-off series. I think at this point people are more interested in the progression of other characters.
I'm here for it, but I don't ever see myself tiring of Feyre and Rhys and the bond between them!
Chapter 22 is all I'm going to say. After having lost so much, they better still have that puppy-love going. I do think this aspect to the books that have become quite recurrent now, where some events have occurred and the readers haven't experienced it with the characters, is getting slightly redundant and I hope it doesn't happen as much in the other books, though this has become Sarah J Maas's style.
In some ways that style can be and is ingenious i. It's not enough to be just told something has happened. I want to be there every step of the way for it.
Other than that, I loved it. I absolutely loved it! My body is ready! Has been ready since last year!
No doubt that I'm kicking off May with this book. Which reminds me I need to take some time off work. I just had a thought SJM has mentioned this'll set the groundwork before we get to the other books.
Fuckin excited man! View all 60 comments. May 01, V. If you are a teacher or librarian Distrust the information on the genre and recommended age that comes from the publisher Bloomsburry Children's.
Also distrust Kirkus reviews, Booktubers and book bloggers who say this is Young adult, Common sense media and The Goodreads choice awards for Young adult.
For more on that scroll down to the italic letters. If reviewers tell you this series isn't new adult they're lying through their teeth.
Edit In the USA most copies of this series come with no warning of explicit content. I applaud writers that write erotic content, just don't sell it to young children.
However they are recommending the most explicit book of the series to YO kids That's why you shouldn't trust publishers to give the correct information on genre and recommended age in YA books.
The protagonist is like Anastasia Steel from fifty shades of grey Her sisters are even older the rest of the cast is several hundreds year old Isn't YA an age-based classification?
Then why is this series labeled as a YA book? My Tower of dawn review has likes so it should appear in the main page of reviews.
Goodreads is hiding it. That sucks because it's the responsibility of parents not of Goodreads, not of the publishers and authors to find out about the content of the EXPENSIVE books they buy for their underage kids.
But how are they going to find that information when so many booktubers, common sense media and Goodreads members are hiding it?
You can also find the information about the erotic content of this series on the american hardcover version of a court of mist and fury. Pages 21, 22 view spoiler [A faery woman is descriptively fingered by someone different than the hero, then she has descriptive sex, then oral, descriptions of the fluids and the nudity and the action in vivid detail.
Tamlin but it's really uneven view spoiler [for a while it seems as though another high lord might create a love geometry but didn't happen.
Maybe he was joking, either way her reaction was unnecessarily enthusiastic for a woman who has already been sexually involved with 3 different men in the series and who is basically a newlywed.
FeyRhys is still in their honeymoon period so why are they already joking about threesomes? Everyone talks about how Tamlin should apologize.
When will the sisters apologize? So many books trivialize the worst aspect of PTSD and sexual assault and try to "sovle it" either with revenge or the magic romantic relationship that will make everything go away.
Or the experiences just get ignored and brush aside! This happens to Mor, a secondary character in the 3rd book who is a rape survivor when view spoiler [ she's forced to work along with her attacker and the one who puts her through that was the hero of the story!
That kind of disrespect for rape was unneccessary IMO. It didn't move the plot forward and it's out of character for Rhys to act like that.
I love Rhys and didn't like the way SJM made him act. There's the overuse of words like mate. There are also problems with pace, repetitiveness, flow and consistency of the voices when changing from a narrator to the other and from a first person POV to a 3rd person POV.
The characters sound too modern. The worldbuilding is not high fantasy at all. The setting of this series is pretty much like a modern series.
All these are things that a content editor and a proofreader could have taken care off, but the publishers rushed publication lowering the quality of the editing and the writing.
Even so they are selling this at full ebook price. My review is currently censored and hidden from the third page of review.
It should appear somewhere between page 2 and 3. No, glorifying revenge and abusive women isn't female empowerment. No, in most marriage it isn't always the woman's choice, it's always the choice of both of them.
My review is currently censored by goodreads. It could be unintentionally. It could be intentionally. The reason doesn't matter.
They're contributing to the false advertising. Others booktubers and bookbloggers seem to want good relationships with the publishing industry. They won't say anything that can hurt the marketing agenda of the big publishing houses.
Note: Bookables, Benji Alderson and Polandbananas have mentioned this series is new adult , so of course a lot of booktubers are somehow honest, it's not cool calling out an entire community of readers because the dishonesty of a few bad apples.
Distrust only the reviewers who call this series young adult. On the other hand, The Goodreads choice awards editors ignored the shelving system when they selected the categories for the goodreads choice awards last year.
In the goodreads feedback group they told me that's how editors select categories: based on shelving. At the time of the awards this series was shelved primarily as fantasy and romance by GR users, but still the editors made it compete on the young adult category.
Not in romance second most-shelved genre , not in fantasy first most-shelved genre. On the contrary. I'm inviting you to read this series if you don't have problems with sexual content and abusive relationships.
Despite all the problems I have with the false advertising I enjoyed the trilogy. Not all reviewers are independent and unbiased.
Do your research. Life is too short and TBR piles are too big to just ignore the kind of information that can help us decide what we will read next.
Goodreads shouldn't try to hide that information. That's not what any book of this series delivers. Update People aren't expecting something like this: view spoiler [ hide spoiler ] For a series that is supposedly about women's choices, when Goodreads, Booktubers and Publishers hide this information from young girls they are taking away their right to decide when or if they would read erotic content.
Not to mention they're contributing to the book being sold in the Children's section of multiple retailers.
This is exactly what I needed today after my stressful appointment with my Radiology Oncologist. Inside The Box I can't believe it's here and gone!
It's hard to read a little novella from Sarah but knowing there are more books in this series coming makes me both happy and scared.
I don't want to see any of my loves die so I'm hoping for the best. They make me so happy! But I'm ready to get back to some lovely fat books in this world.
Never ending. To the stars who listen, Feyre. To the dreams that are answered, Rhys. Happy Reading! Nov 15, ;3 added it.
View all 34 comments. The entire gang is also suffering in their own ways with the trauma they are enduring from the events of the war.
A long, brutal winter that had made me desperate enough to kill a wolf, that had eventually led me here—to this life, this … happiness. Like, honestly, just picturing myself shopping for Winter Solstice during the first snow in Velaris?
Talk about dream goals! My favorite thing about this story was easily the emphasis on the power of healing through art. This book beautifully showcases how important it can be to express your feelings through art, especially when you have no other means.
This book truly is a love letter to artists everywhere, and it really meant a lot to me to see this topic be in the spotlight of this novella. Seriously, the message was really touching and important.
I only wish more schools took note. I have to create, or I will crumple up with despair and never leave my bed. I have to create because I have no other way of voicing this.
I mean, this is a novella, and Sarah J Maas does gives us a lot of content inside of pages, but at the same time I feel like a lot of that content is just about a group of people shopping for each other.
Again, there are for sure important themes and discussions about trauma, loss, PTSD, and depression, but there is also a whole lot of fluff.
Trigger and content warnings for some sexist comments always contested , talk of loss of a loved one, talk of abuse, talk of past torture, talk of past abandonment, depression, alcoholism, and talk of war.
I for sure think that SJM also gave her fans a lot of what they were after. Like, she gave you all the wall sex scene you all constantly hounded her for.
So all you little pervs can look forward to that. And there is a lot of sexual tension in general, even though there is only one really long sex scene.
How many times can Feyre want all the naughty, terrible things from Rhysand? At this point, it feels like SJM is beating the deadest of horses that have ever died.
Not to paint him, know him. Eons would never be enough for all I wanted to do, see with him. For all I wanted to love him.
And I know I sound a little negative about a few things, but I really did enjoy being back in this world for a little bit!
And I absolutely cannot wait to see what comes next, with new main characters! Please, do not proceed to read any further unless you have read this book and its predecessors or you wish to be spoiled!
I was a little shook to remember that she turned 21 in this book, but to each their own. Also, I loved the selflessness of opening the art studio for kids in need.
Again, best part of this story, hands down. He is such a kind soul, and I may have shed a few tears when he bought all those warm clothes, just to have the girl donate.
Best boy, and best boy deserves the next book. But honestly, Azriel is a stand-up guy, and a fun character to read about. But please, give me that polyamorous relationship!
I would honestly commit a minor felony for it. She would rather die and return—return as something wicked and cruel, and shred them all apart.
I love her, I love her so much. I want only good for her. And she is so much better than everything they made her endure. But anyways, the scene with her riding through the spooky, snowy woods at the end had me shook.
I wish the entire book could have been about that journey and what was happening. Like, I loved it. Speaking of which, I really just want to celebrate Winter Solstice with the winter court, holy moly!
It just reads badly and feels gross. Like, hard to read about awful. My heart just bleeds for him. Lucien is always the best friend to everyone.
He deserves good things! SJM, give him good things! His parts in this book were the saddest and hardest to read.
And he, without a doubt, had the best quote line in all of A Court of Wings and Ruin. Like, what do I have to do to get a book about her and her art studio s?
Seriously, she had so many good moments in this novella, and I just want more. I love her! Well, my prayers, wishes, and hopes have been answered, because the sneak peak in the back of the book shows both of these two being swept away on a mission in the Illyrian Mountains.
And I shed a few tears at a few things in this book, but they really came when Feyre had to go and bring up the damn Suriel.Die unendliche Geschichte Michael Ende 5 Sterne. Ich schätze mal das wir noch mehr von "Das Reich der sieben Höfe" Reihe zu lesen bekommen. Maas für das Reich der sieben Höfe, du hast eine meiner Lieblingsreihen erschaffen. Ich wurde von Velaris und den Figuren wieder einmal verzaubert und Casino Pforzheim gespannt auf die FuГџball Wettskandal Novelle, die vermutlich etwas actiongeladener wird. Ich dramatisiere aber auch gerne, was man noch anfügen muss ;D Fazit: Meiner Meinung nach ein tolles Buch, wie immer von ihr. Forget yourself on one magical night Ach Rhysand. A Court of Thorns and Roses 3. And those chapters are such heartwreching and heartbreaking moments from their past, and in this book, it feels our of place. I turned from the window to Nuala, who was still Beste Spielothek in Alpnachstad finden over the edges of her pie. I want only good for her. It does NOT really move the plot forward. Deep inside me, rising with every swirling flake, a Eurojackpot 22.12.17, crisp power stirred. Yes, she might be a great cook and good at gardening but seriously is Beste Spielothek in LГјtten Klein finden all!???!!!