My Rating: 4 Stars

Genre: Young Adult and Fantasy

Released in: 2017

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Plot: Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin’s manoeuvrings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to its knees. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit – and one slip may spell doom not only for Feyre, but for her world as well.As war bears down upon them all, Feyre must decide who to trust amongst the dazzling and lethal High Lords – and hunt for allies in unexpected places.

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«What we think to be our greatest weakness can sometimes be our biggest strength.» – Quote from the book

Well ,I finally read this book soon after reading ACOMAF. Well ACOMAF ended on a high note and I expected the same for ACOWAR but it lacked some magic. I have seen a lot of mixed reviews about this book but I enjoyed this book a lot though, I have to admit ACOMAF was the best.imagesth (1)
Well this book continues with Feyre in the Spring Court trying to find out the secrets and take it back to Night Court. I see a lot of changes in Feyre’s personality from the first book. She is more determined in her purpose and this time she is powerful also. This book also introduces new characters,Feyre’s sisters ,Nesta and Elain. They are not exactly new but we get to know them in greater detail . They play a pivotal role in the book . We see that Rhysand’s inner circle ,Cassian, Azriel, Mor ,Amren blend together with the storyline and add warmth , friendship and romantic elements to the story. I loved the tension between Nesta and Cassian .
We get a better understanding of Prythian and the world-building is immense. We get to know the enemies, King of Hybern a lot better.

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The story I’d say is fast paced with well written war sequences even though it is predictable at times. The book seemed cliche at times but nevertheless I enjoyed the war scenes AND the pivotal role Feyre played. She is a headstrong feminist character. We see a lot of character development in this book. Rhysand is someone on whom I could write a thesis. He is so good. So I particularly liked the Cauldron coming live and all the unraveling of the prophecy. I mean it was a pretty good read for those who have already read the previous two books because you know exactly what you are in for. Mass’ writing is captivating and fast paced and be prepared to be sucked in this book.

««We’re all a broken, in our own ways – In places no one might»»

I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, I mean, A Court of Frost and Starlight.

||Have you read this Book ? Is this Book on your TBR as well ?Let’s talk in the comments section ||
Priyasha

(You can find me on Instagram @Scribbledstories514 )

P.S I have reviewed the other two books of the series ,you can check  them out here 🙂

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  1. I agree with what you thought of it, book 2 was the best of the three….great review, by the way. i haven’t read book 3.1 yet though, but i’ve read some reviews , so i have some idea of what i’ll find in it.

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    1. I’ll definitely check out the review 🙂
      I heard a lot of mixed reviews about the book…. and then there is my huge Tbr so I wish I read ACOFAS ASAP 🙂

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  2. I’m glad you enjoyed this one. I just read the most recent novella and wasn’t too impressed with it, but if you really love the characters and want to see them just doing anything, then you might enjoy it. I’m not sure if I’ll continue with the series, but I thought this book wrapped up the original “trilogy” decently enough.

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    1. Yeah I guess I will definitely check out ACOFAS , and the other books of the series as well. Yes this book wrapped up the story well but I have to read the other book because of curiosity , and my immense love for the characters. Thanks for commenting, Stephanie.:)

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