Audience: New adult, some language, very adult love scenes, some violence
Length: 626 pages
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Release Date: May 3rd, 2016
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CAN’T STOP. WON’T STOP.
I truly read this book (now I also add ACOWAR after) multiple times a year. It is my go to book when I’m in a slump, when I want to relive the romance, when I want to be reminded what I love about reading.
This book conveys every emotion under the sun, and you really understand the pain, love, and hope that flows through each character.
The slow burn of the romance between Feyre & Rhysand is amazing. It’s so far from insta-love that you actually have time to love each character separately, then who they become as a team.
The other members of the Night Court round out the perfect troupe. Each one has a unique voice that makes you laugh, cry, and cheer right along side of them.
Beautiful worlds, with lots of magic create a sight in your mind like no other. The fight scenes are crafted well without being too long and hard to follow. The love scenes are explicit, but loving all at the same time. Pacing flows smoothly from one scenario to the next weaving plot lines to a climax, then speeding to a conclusion that leaves you on the edge of your seat.
Love. love. LOVE these books.
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