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A Court of Frost and Starlight

Narrated by: Amanda Leigh Cobb
Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses, Book 3.1
Length: 6 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
4.5 out of 5 stars (258 ratings)

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Summary

When Feyre kills a wolf, a beastlike creature arrives to demand retribution for it. Dragged to a magical land, Feyre discovers that her captor is not an animal. As she dwells on his estate, her feelings for Tamlin transform from icy hostility into a fiery passion that burns through every lie and warning she's been told about the beautiful, dangerous world of the Fae. But an ancient shadow is growing, and Feyre must find a way to stop it....

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Oh it's good!

Sarah J Maas has done it again, this is gonna be another epic serise to get lost in, I can feel it.
Love the build up, the way the characters are introduced, the whole concept is brilliant.
I'm totally hooked.
easy 5 star for what will be an epic fantasy tale.

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Fab little short story

I really enjoyed delving back into the world of ACOTAR and seeing how the war had left its effects on each character.
I had to slow the narration down to 0.90 as at speed 1 it sounded too fast to what I was used to previously and i didnt feel like the narrator kept the same voices as in the previous book. I still miss the first narrator.

Overall enjoyed and cannot wait for the next one.

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Beautiful bridge book between the two trilogies.

Although not a great deal happened in this book it was lovely just to interact with the characters again and get a little glimpse into what the next three books will be like.

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Beautiful closure of the stories

It felt so sweet to get the feeling of the life that was created from previous books. Soft and wonderful.

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A Nice Setting Novella

From all the books I have found this was the most settled one, allowing us to make room for the spin off novellas for the other characters in the series. Sarah J Maas has an excellent way to create character development and she does this in ACOFAS so well that the Maasians of the world are all in hope for a Cassian and Nesta spinn off! The world needs to see that world and know how it develops

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Simply wonderful

I loved this book. It isn't the big sweeping epic of war and battles that the preoivs book was, it was a more personal story of family, loss and healing. I only wish it could be longer.

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SO GOOD!

I enjoyed this installment to the series. I loved the humour and how well the friendships and lives of everyone were explored. My only problem was Nesta. I feel like she's not herself through the book and thst may have been the point. I just feel like the character could have been treated better. If anything more of this series is written, I hope for a brighter future ofr Nesta.

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Fantastic

Great short novella in the ACOTAR series. Amanda Leigh Cobb reads the story beautiful and voices all the characters well. A lovely listen.

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Okay but didn’t quite do it

Nice book but didn’t really tie up characters stories. Left feeling not finished, too many things left undone.

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Too Fluffy

I really enjoyed the main ACOTAR trilogy but I left it a few months before I decided to read this one. I needed a book with Star in the title for my Astronomy OWL so I thought now was the perfect time to pick this up.

This book picks up a few months after the end of A Court of Wings and Ruin. The gang are trying to rebuild Prythian from the aftermath of the war with Hybern and preparing for the Winter Solstice.

I enjoyed this catch up with Feyre and the others but it was all too happy. I know, I know it doesn’t always have to be doom and gloom but there was no twist, no big drama, just a family fight that has been long brewing.

I didn’t hate it. I just wanted something a bit more. The other three books were so epic that this one just fell a little flat. It was all too fluffy for me.

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  • Christina
  • 08-08-18

You can skip it

It was rather eventless and boring. A recap on how everyone is doing and feeling and very little has changed. I also agree with the comments that the focus on Feyre and Rhysand becomes repetitive now after so many books and other characters should take the spotlight.

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  • 🎧AudiobookFiend
  • 09-03-19

What a delightful novella!

Sarah J. Maas is truly the most generous author out there! She could have easily let us stew until she’d dropped the next book in a Throne of Glass series, but no. We have this wonderful tale to keep us satiated until then. She is undoubtedly my favorite author of this decade!

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  • Camila Inostroza Escobar
  • 07-01-20

In love forever

I loved it! Everything, the story, the narrator, the world. I loved everything about this book. Except, maybe, that it ended.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-10-18

nothibg happend

Not very interesting. Nothing really happend. Would however recommend if you want romantic scenes, gift shopping and repetition of what's already happend in the previous books.

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  • Paula
  • 21-10-18

Horrible

I was disappointed with this book. After a fantastic sequence, the author presents this story without grace, sombia and with embittered personages, haunted by the past.
After understanding the point of view of the story, I can say I did not like it at all. I think it could have been presented differently.