DO NOT CONTINUE IF YOU HAVEN’T READ A COURT OF MIST AND FURY!
Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, undercover – determined to figure out where Tamlin’s head is and which side he is fighting for. She also needs as much information about the King as possible. So she plays a deadly game of deceit, putting herself in danger.
“Only you can decide what breaks you, Cursebreaker. Only you.”
Feyre must learn to be High Lady of the Night Court; balancing her struggle to master her powers-both magical and political-and her love for her court and family.
“I would have waited five hundred more years for you. A thousand years. And if this was all the time we were allowed to have… The wait was worth it.”
War is coming and Feyre and Rhysand must decide whom to trust amongst the other High Lords, and hunt for allies in unexpected places.
“But this is war. We don’t have the luxury of good ideas—only picking between the bad ones.”
Feyre, now ruling the Night Court with Rhysand, is about to go to war. King Hybern’s army is set to march into the human world – ready to slaughter and enslave. The only chance to save her people is to unite the seven courts and mount a resistance. Only, the odds could not be more against them. Every direction they turn, the King is two steps ahead – already butchering and torturing anyone who stands in his way. His army – limitless, his powers – fueled by the very Cauldron itself.
“What we think to be our greatest weakness can sometimes be our biggest strength.”
Loyalties shift, plot twists at every turn. This book is complex to say the least. You will cry, you will have a lot of feelings – both good and bad! It’s lovely to also see the growth of Feyre’s sisters, Nesta and Elain are trying to make their life with Feyre and what they are now, even if parts of their story are heartbreaking. There was love and loss and forgiveness and hatred. Like I said, this book is complex!
“Night Triumphant- and the Stars Eternal.”
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