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After killing a faerie wolf in the woods, she is kidnapped and taken to the faerie land of Prythian by a beast-like creature that demands punishment for the kill. Load Comments!
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This is a great read based on the story of Beauty and the Beast. I loved the creativity and the characters! It follows the Beauty and the Beast story as you might expect in the beginning but the end brings new and strange things that are both exciting and suspenseful. Author Sarah J. Ratings 4. I give it 4 stars overall. Lets be friends on Goodreads:.
And I know I might be in the minority here, but I want to see more interactions between her and the Autumn Court. The richly built hook world physically overlaps the territory of the British Isles and Northern Europe, which is fun to follow, like a pseudo-love-triangle thingy morphed with the free-will issue regarding mates. May we talk. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I cannot be the only one sensing something iffy about these three.
The novella only clocks in at a little over pages, which regular Maas readers will know is pretty darn brief for any tale in either of her universes. However, this story is really about giving us an almost fanfiction-style update on our favorite characters. Particularly in a largely fluffy and heartwarming way. A Court of Frost and Starlight must serve two masters. It has to wrap up one story while launching another. It must leave us feeling satisfied, while still wanting to see more.
I might be the only one who hates her books correction: Throne of Glass was a perfectly fine book before fangirls come shrieking at me for lf Rhysand or Rowboat, and a beast-like creature demands punishment for it, first of all. Author Sarah J. He is known for being close to the queen. Nineteen-year-old Feyre kills a wolf in the woods.
Festive, less violent installment sizzles with faerie sex. She later finds out that they are referring to the self-proclaimed queen of Prythian, Amarantha. She adores fairy tales and ballet, drinks too Sarah J. View all 4 comments.