Court of Mist and Fury, A

Sarah J. Maas
Feyre survived Amarantha's clutches to return to the Spring Court--but at a steep cost. Though she now has the powers of the High Fae, her heart remains human, and it can't forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin's people.Nor has Feyre forgotten her bargain with Rhysand, High Lord of the feared Night Court. As Feyre navigates its dark web of politics, passion, and dazzling power, a greater evil looms--and she might be key to stopping it. But only if she can harness her harrowing gifts, heal her fractured soul, and decide how she wishes to shape her future--and the future of a world cleaved in two.With more than a million copies sold of her beloved Throne of Glass series, Sarah J. Maas's masterful storytelling brings this second book in her seductive and action-packed series to new heights.


Reviewed: 2021-10-25

This book took me a little while to read compared to the first, but that is because I started it on a Sunday and then had to go back to work on Monday. It drove me crazy I couldn’t finish it as fast because this book was just as addicting as the first.

If you read the first in the series, then you would understand why Feyre was acting strangely in the second book. The girl had gone through a lot in the first book, especially for the High Lord of Spring Court. Unfortunately, Tamlin had changed too, and I didn’t like him as much in the second book. He was over-protective and over-powering over Feyre. I could see why she felt she was being treated as a child. She made a deal with the High Lord of the Night Court and the day of her wedding with Tamlin is when Rhysand comes to collect.

Yes, many will say he seems to be a villain, especially after what happened in the first book, but after reading this one, I’ve grown to love him more. He’s the character that everyone hates because he scares them into thinking he’s horrible. That’s all a mask though. He’s a sweet side.

Feyre would’ve been considered an annoying character on how she turned a 360 in this book, but I adored her even more. She’s not frail anymore. She was made to be a High Fae, and all she wants is to be included and to learn how to fight her own battles. She doesn’t want to be treated as a child, and she wants to understand the High Fae world because now she’s apart of it.

The second book takes the reader from the Spring Court to the Night Court, where Feyre is going to learn everything she can about the real Rhysand. Oh, yes, Rhysand is very dreamy in this book. He is the bad boy that can be a good boy too. There are far more adventures that Feyre is going to have to go on because a fiercer villain is coming to change the world as they know it. You thought the first villain was terrible, you haven’t met the King. Don’t even get me started with how Tamlin is still treating Feyre. He could be erased from the story, and I would be happy.

I was not prepared for how this story was going, but Sarah J. Maas had me turning the page to find out what was going to happen next. The best part was the ending of the book. I won’t give it away, but be prepared for some shockers. Lots and lots of shockers, especially on the last page.

I give this book 5 stars, and I’m patiently waiting for the third book. I kind of regret was finishing this book so fast because now I’m forced to wait for the next book. Hurry up May and get here because I need more Feyre and Rhysand and all the other Night Court too.

Reviewed: 2020-07-25

Den første bog kunne godt stå alene, derfor fandt jeg først senere ud af at der var ment at det skulle være en serie på tre bøger. Men så snart jeg fandt ud af dette, glædede jeg mig, til denne, den næst bog. Da jeg fant den første bog mere en bare fantastisk og enestående var jeg nerøs for at den næste så også var lige fantastisk eller bedre. For en af tingene skulle den være, hvis den skulle leve op til den første bog.
Den mere end levede op til den første bog. Den gravede dybere i fortællingen, den forvandlede hvordan jeg så på den første bogs handlinger. Den ændrede alt. Den blev genopbygget for bunden min opfattelse af den første bog, blev genfødt stærkere og bedre, ligesom Feyre.
Med kerneessensen fra første bog bliver der gravet dybere med denne den anden bog og bygget meget mere til.

Feyre skal nu venne sig til sin nye krop som er fe og ikke menneske. Hun er omlavet, genfødt til et liv som fe, sammen med den mand hun elsker. Men tigene er ikke som de var før, og hun er ikke som hun var før “Under bjerget”. Hun er ødelagt. Hun får ingen søvn da onde drømme om blod og tortur plager hende, vækker hende og jager hende. Hun svinder ind lidt efter lidt, ødelagt af det mørke indefra som tærre på hendes krop og sjæl alt for hurtigt.

Sarah J. Maas skriver mere end bare fantastisk. Men bliver revet med, taget ved næsen. Jeg havde svært ved at lægge bogen fra mig samtidig med at jeg gennem bogen på den mest fantastiske måde gennemlevde hele følelsesregistret fra enden til anden. Bogens tema og plot er så fantastisk godt gennemført. Et rigtigt eventyr der er gjort mere levende, dybere.

Det jeg mener om at der bliver gravet lidt dybere er at både handling, fortælling, personerne i bogen får en extra tand. Kendskabet til personerne bliver dybere og bedre. Man ser ting som man ikke ser før. Der er meget ere til fortællingen end Feyre lige ser. Og nu hvor man følger hende så dukker der overraskelser op hen af vejen.

Det er en så svær grænse. Jeg ville så gerne udbasunere hvor fantastisk denne bog er og hvor meget den uddyber den allerede fortælling og univers som man kender fra den første bog. Jeg har mest af alt lyst til at fortælle hvorfor denne bog var så fantastisk og hvor og hvorfor i bogen den var fantatisk.
Men dog vil jeg heller ikke ødelægge bogen for jer derude. Den skal læses og nydes. Med viden fra sidste bog skal man sidde tilbage og få denne WAUW følelse, man skal blive fanget af sidderne fordi man er nød til at vide havd der nu sker!

Reviewed: 2018-05-07
I just finished my new all time favorite book. I have no words… When people say that Sarah J. Maas is a great writer, they are NOT lying. And as soon as I finish this review, I’m picking up A Court of Wings and Ruin. This book had me in tears, it had me laughing and it definitely had me angry. By the way, I officially hate Tamlin. I loved him in the first book but I mean, there is no going back now. And Rhysand is the most perfect and amazing man EVER! He can do no wrong in my eyes. A Court of Mist and Fury starts off where A Court of Thorns and Roses left off. Feyre is having a lot of nightmares and a hard time coping with what she did Under the Mountain. Tamlin is also having nightmares as well but they won’t talk to each other about it. They are due to be married soon but the moment she is walking up the aisle, Rhysand comes to fetch for her. She is still in the bargain with Rhysand and she goes to him for one week, every month. Rhysand brings her there so she can learn to read and work on shielding her mind. But Tamlin is too worried about Feyre’s safety to even let her roam the palace grounds without guards and decides to lock her up in the house. Feyre breaks down with rage and fury and is swept away by Mor (Rhysand’s cousin). She is brought to the Night Court and Rhysand tells her she can leave as soon as she says the word. She decides she wants to stay. Rhysand takes her to Velaris, his home that he has kept secret and protected for five thousand years. And Feyre is in love with the place. Feyre wanted to train to strengthen her new Fae powers but Tamlin never allowed her to but in Velaris she is trained by Rhysand and his inner circle. Rhysand warns that war is coming and Feyre could be the savior that they need. All the characters in this book are incredible. Rhysand (swoon), Cassian, Azriel, Mor, Amren, Feyre, even Lucien is still on my good side. But not Tamlin. I don’t want to talk about Tamlin. We even get to see Feyre’s sisters some more and they are great as well. I love the inner circle and how close they are as friends. Velaris sounds so amazing, I wish it were a real place that I could go to right this instant. But back to Tamlin… I LOVED him in the first book and I knew from all the posts I’ve seen, that I would not like him after A Court of Mist and Fury. And I don’t like him anymore. I understand why people hate him. But Rhysand is just so incredible that the book makes him look like the opposite of Tamlin so maybe that’s why everyone hates him so much. Rhysand is literal perfection. How do you compete with that? Obviously this story was amazing, the world was great and all the action had me biting all my nails off. But I also loved seeing Feyre grow as a character. She has come such a long way and I’m so proud of her. If you haven’t read A Court of Thorns and Roses, go pick it up right now so that you can read this one. I promise you won’t be disappointed. And if you are, then I’m sorry but I don’t know what else to tell you. Thank you to everyone who recommended this book to me. If it weren’t for bookstagram and booktube and bloggers, I probably would not have read this. So thank you for finding me my favorite book of all time. GO READ THIS BOOK!
Reviewed: 2018-03-15
SPOILERS! Also this is a low quality review !I gave A Court of Mist and Fury(ACOMAF)four stars. The writing was per usual stunning and gave good description of the wonderful world the characters live in. I love how Feyre developed throughout this book becoming much more strong and sure of herself. The side characters were written in well for the most part. My exception to this is Ianthe. I felt she was very rushed. She of course is sort of a villain (which we learn in the end) but in the beginning they just started mentioning her and I was like “Who?” It took me a while to piece it together. Lucien really disappointed me in this book and really came of weak and had no backbone (I’m not saying he was written wrong but I disliked him as a character). I’m hoping for him to redeem himself in ACOWAR especially since ELAIN is his mate! I’m so excited, they totally fit. Nesta is slowly but surely becoming one of my favorites. I love her fire and her character and how she would destroy the whole world if her sister was in the slightest bit of danger. It would be interesting if Elain and Nesta got powers now that they are High-Fae. I look forward to their character progression in the next book. Now to my favorite, RHYSAND. Let me take a moment to fangirl *inhales* RHYS IS THE BEST HIGHLORD AND HIS ABSOLUTE CUTENESS SUFFOCATES ME. He honest to goodness may be my favorite male character ever. He is written so well. You really understand why he has done all these things and you love him for it. He is so good to Feyre and treats her like a woman should be treated, not like a pet *cough* Tamlin *cough*. And we can’t forget Mor, Amren, Azriel, and Cassian. That whole dynamic is absolutely beautiful. I love how all six of them are just a big happy ol’ family unit. Individually they are great but together, em, watch out world. THEY ARE FANTASTIC. Aside from the characters I really enjoyed the pacing. It was never dull. I especially loved the fight scenes and pretty much any time Feyre used her powers. This book was so so good. I did give it a four though because I felt some things were repetitive and I didn’t like how Ianthe was added in. But other than that this book was phenomenal.
Reviewed: 2017-03-08

FEYSAND!!!SHIPP!!! I now understand why people like Rhysand a lot rather than Rowan though I still like him. TBH I love them both. UGhh. I truly like this book more than the first one. This one has more action and romance and has a more meaningful plot. Im glad feyre has been using her powers cuz gurrlll powerr!! Such a badass and I want Rhysand to gawk and see how awesome and cool she is. AND i also understand why everyone hates tamlin, he is so obsessed and possessive. She is basically being treated as a damn pet by him and RHYSAND IS THE GOD DAMN MANNN I LOVE HIM. He is the husband material, he gives her freedom and the right to choose. He understands rather than throw a tantrum and is just perfect! I need to check when the other book is going to come out and i think its at may...I cant wait!! literally

Item Posts
@escapinginpaper completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2021-02-27
@escapinginpaper began #courtofmistandfu... on 2021-02-22
@wolfstar23 completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2021-03-25
@wolfstar23 began #courtofmistandfu... on 2021-03-17
@tween2teenbooks completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2016-05-12
@bjezerey completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2012-07-23
@bjezerey began #courtofmistandfu... on 2012-07-19
@cclimer94 began #courtofmistandfu... on 2020-05-20
@dsantana3758 completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2018-05-26
@dsantana3758 began #courtofmistandfu... on 2018-05-23
@eju321 began #courtofmistandfu... on 2019-05-11
@olive973 completed #0000000002.court... on 2019-02-14
@escapinginpaper completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2016-10-17
@escapinginpaper began #courtofmistandfu... on 2016-09-12
@wond3rlandkitty completed #courtofmistandfu... on 2018-04-04