Quick Review: A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas

court of frost and starlight In retrospect, reading a book that deals with abuse and the affects it has on it’s victims, may not have been the best thing to read right now.  Between the news and this, it was a lot.  However, at least here, we see people believing and supporting each other as they deal with their own individual traumas.  This is a supplement story to the A Court of Thorns and Roses series.  Pretty much every character has endured one form of abuse or another and their recovery is very much a big part of the story as the looming conflict about to come.  The Night Court is still recovering from the battle with Hybern that lead to many deaths and the fall of the wall between the Fey and human lands.  The Solstice is coming up and Rhys, Feyre, Mor, Amren Cassian, Az, and Elain are looking forward to taking time away from their responsibilities to celebrate.  The one not dealing with the events of the last book is Nesta, who has withdrawn from the group.  Only time will tell what will happen with her.  This book didn’t do much to advance the story too much but allow for some light moments that we won’t get to see in the following books as this is really the calm before the storm.  The end alludes to the dangers that are about to come. So let’s just all take a moment and enjoy this little holiday and take a moment to heal.  I think we all need that right now.

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