Contains SOME SPOILERS!
I feel like I’ve lost friends, family members really. Why does this story have to end, why can’t Sara just write about Rhys and Feyre forever and ever and EVER.
She did it again though, pulled me into a world that she created and kept me there until the end. I couldn’t do anything else once I started, I had to know what was going to happen with my little Night Court family. Even though this book was mostly about the conflict and saving the mortals from the wall being destroyed by the evil king, there were still sweet moments amongst several characters.
What is crazy is I cried at the most random part, when our favorite gossip, the Suriel, is injured and what he says after…OMG Sara ripped my heart out. He was a dreamer, born in the a Court of Nightmares. Sigh.
Some of my favorite parts were: Feyre learning to fly, Az teaching her to fly, Feyre teaching the nasty Lord of Autumn Court a lesson, and learning that Rhys might not be too against a three way (wait was that just me? Did I read too much into his response, oh well…sorry).
We pick up right where we left off with Feyre in the Spring Court and what she does to Tamlin…I wanted to stand in some parts and start clapping (and laughing). Especially with the evil witch Ithane involved, UGH I really really don’t like her – she gets what she deserves in the end. Once Feyre gets back to the Night Court the reunion is sweet and I LOVE how Rhys is with her. So timid, waiting and letting her come to him. I wondered at this part if he didn’t know what all had gone on in the Spring Court, if maybe he thought Tamlin had forced her sleep with him, and he was giving her space incase she needed time.
The war is a what this book is centered around but we still get the warm and fuzzies. I can’t WAIT to read the other books she has planed that revolve around this world and I do have ideas on who it will involve…but we shall see.
Happy reading everyone!