On the darkest night, the stars still shine.
Feyre’s first Winter Solstice as High Lady is drawing near. With it will come a hardearned rest from the work that she, Rhysand and their friends have done to rebuild the Night Court and the vastly changed world beyond. Yet the festive
atmosphere can’t keep shadows from looming.
Even as her own heart heals, she finds that those dearest to her have wounds that go deeper than she knew. And the scars of the past will touch her court in times to come.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Full-blown fantasy mixes with intense interpersonal drama in this captivating slice of Sarah J. Maas’ Court of Thorns and Roses series, making your brain buzz on multiple levels. A great war has taken its toll on both the land and the people of faerie kingdom Prythian. Feyre and her beloved Rhysand now rule Prythian’s Night Court territory together, working to restore both the court and its inhabitants to their former glory. The arrival of Winter Solstice celebrations and Feyre’s 21st birthday bring some light, but Feyre and Rhysand discover darkness in many corners, be it the fears of the people or the resentments of dangerous forces outside their realm. We get plenty of magic, suspense, and epic sweep, and Maas weaves an engrossing web of political and personal complications through it all. Imagine a cross between a Tolkien saga and a particularly action-packed Shakespeare play and you won’t be too far off the mark. Amanda Leigh Cobb’s nuanced narration nails all the story’s complexities and emotional dynamics. Prepare for a fantasy saga with brains, heart, and thrills in equal amounts.
Cute. Good filler
Definitely leads into the last book of this series. Its a nice read
Did I Actually pay for this? The story never exists and then ends abruptly. Very disappointed. I have enjoyed her books but if this continues in the series I won't bother.
A breath of fresh air❤️
This was exactly what I needed after everything that went down in the previous book!!