Feyre, after dealing with all the madness Under the Mountain, she’s back at home by the side of her dear, Tamlin. She doesn’t forget about the bargain with Rhysand, the amazing High Lord of the Night Court. As we all know, she’s now Fae, reborn thanks to all the seven High Lords of Prythian. She uncovers new powers, the truth about a war, the truth about her dear, and herself.
“No one was my master— but I might be master of everything, if I wished. If I dared.”
I must say, this book is way much better than A Court of Thorns and Roses. It has everything; an amazing world building and a phenomenal character development. I fell in love with all places, even the prison. Sarah has a talent describing new worlds, it’s amazing. Velaris is a place I would love to visit, and if you have some fan art of this place, please send it to me because I want to see it. I loved being introduce to new places, because in ACOTAR with didn’t have a lot of places to imagine what they looked like. The character development was phenomenal. Feyre changed into a grown, powerful and brave woman, Rhysand isn’t the bad guy as we thought he were (even though I loved him since the first book), Tamlin… well, this bastard changed a lot. I loved him so much in the first book, but now he changed into a selfish person or maybe he already was selfish but I didn’t noticed. We were introduced to new characters: Ianthe, who I didn’t liked since the beginning; Cassian, I love his personality; Amren, who I think is a strong woman; Mor, I see her as a sister (I don’t know why); Azriel, I found him so interesting and intriguing… I want to know more about him.
Back to Tamlin, this bastard was my favorite and I can’t believe he changed that much. He was so lovely and caring with Feyre, and now he’s a selfish bastard who treated her like a dog. I couldn’t handle they he was with Feyre, I mean, she’s a woman, she’s powerful, she can do anything and this bastard was treating her like she was nothing, like she couldn’t do anything. If a man ever lock me inside his house, I’ll hunt him down and I’ll kill him. I’m glad Rhys saved her, I’m glad he showed her who he really is, I’m glad he showed her what true love really is. Rhysand always talked to her with the truth, he trust her, he set her free. When he told her how much he loves her in Chapter 54, I cried like a baby because he was so honest and I just couldn’t handle too much cuteness.
“To the people who look at the stars and wish, Rhys.”
Rhys clinked his glass against mine. “To the stars who listen— and the dreams that are answered.”
The plot with the King of Hybern was really good, full of lies, betrayal and secrets.. I mean, if there wasn’t an upcoming war Feyre wouldn’t have uncovered her powers (which are pretty cool btw). The Inner Circle worked together, and they planned everything so well but sometimes there are people who’s always one step ahead of you and they didn’t see that coming. I’m looking forward to see how everything ends up because of the bargain Tamlin did with the King (I want to kill him because of it).
There are new love interests I’m dying to see. Cassian and Nesta? Lucien and Elain? Mates? Damn it… I just can’t wait for the third book to see how this goes. I’m dying to read what Feyre’s going to do in the Spring Court, all the lies and when Tamlin uncovers the truth… hahahaha, I would love to see his face. Hands down to Sarah J. Maas because she never disappointed us. This was a powerful sequel… I’m dying to read more.
“I was his and he was mine, and we were the beginning and middle and end. We were a song that had been sung from the very first ember of light in the world.”
Can I call myself Feyre darling? Or, High Lady of the Night Court? ♥