BOOK REVIEW: A Court of Mist and Fury

A Court Of Mist And Fury- Sarah J Maas

When you embark upon the journey of a sequel there are so many aspects that you need to focus on. You, as the reader need to recollect what had happened, how it made you feel- how it made the main character feel.

And so, Sarah J Maas goes beyond relying on our memories and throws us into a collaboration of Feyre and her memories. Capturing every emotion we might have misread, every reaction she writes allowing our thoughts to adjust to everything that is about to begin…


The book is marvelously written to constantly keep us at bay, never revealing everything- just enough. Until page 297. Feyre finally spoke the words that have held her hostage for so long. And not only does the statement silence the characters but it adds emphasis on her constant conflict, it shines a new light on her perspective.


Because not only is Feyre still being understood by her new fellow court members, but us, as readers, still dwell in the darkness when it comes to comprehending the fragile state that she is in.

Thus, this book- with it’s immaculate tension and attention to detail captures ones attention not just holding out for the end but grasping at every page. Luckily Maas leaves us with relief but promises so much more to fear…

A Court of Mist and Fury

My Personal Rating: 5/5

Reading Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Reading Duration: 14 Days (March of 2017)


More about the book

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens

Date Published: May 3 2016

Genre: Fantasy

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