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A Court of Frost and Starlight
A Court of Frost and Starlight | Sarah J. Maas
Narrated by Feyre and Rhysand, this story bridges the events in A Court of Wings and Ruin and the upcoming novels in the series. Feyre, Rhys, and their close-knit circle of friends are still busy rebuilding the Night Court and the vastly-changed world beyond. But Winter Solstice is finally near, and with it, a hard-earned reprieve. Yet even the festive atmosphere can't keep the shadows of the past from looming. As Feyre navigates her first Winter Solstice as High Lady, she finds that those dearest to her have more wounds than she anticipated--scars that will have far-reaching impact on the future of their Court.
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behudd
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The first time I read this book, I was pretty indifferent about it. The second time, I loved it. This time, I‘ve landed in the middle of those.
I do love the look Maas gives to the healing-that-comes-after and the different ways that can show up. And having read the book that follows, this is a good bridge between the first three books & what‘s to come.

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behudd
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The first snow of winter had begun whipping through Velaris an hour earlier.

#FirstLineFridays
@ShyBookOwl

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HeatherBlue
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So very in love with my mystery candles from From the Page!! I love this mystery sale 💚💙

SheReadsAndWrites I love those candles!!! 🕯️ 2d
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K.Moszcz13
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Again, so good. Love this series.

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Skeeterisme
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♥️

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Cassafrass
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Love this series, highly recommend

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Born.A.Reader
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❄ Since I'm in Florida -no mosquitoes! 😂 and snuggling under a blanket to read when it's not 95* outside.

❄ ❄ The tagged novella (spoiler 📢 alerts if you haven't read the rest of the series).It's such a pleasant, quick read, that I pick up when I need to relax, even if its not wintertime.

#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView I don't miss the summer heat and humidity. Thanks for playing 2w
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Yoricke_SouthAfrica
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This was the 4th book in the Court of Thorns and Roses series. This book is best described as a novella or brief interlude between the dramatic events that take place in this magical place. It is beautifully written and very well placed in the series.

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Smlambert725

“To the dreams that are answered, Rys.”
#January2023

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Yoricke_SouthAfrica
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This is the 4th book in The Court of Thorns and Roses series. I am such a huge fan of this series 😍😍😍

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Julsmarshall
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Nice to spend some time with the ACOTAR crew while they celebrate their holiday. Snuck in one last book under the wire, happy new year, all!

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Julsmarshall
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New Year‘s Eve celebration begins! Hubby watching football, I‘m cooking easy noshes, enjoying an adult beverage and reading what is likely the final book of the year!

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dustys_bookshelf
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

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Ravenpuff
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Panpan

This ACOTAR novella bridges the events between the 3rd and 4th book. The gang is still recovering from the war, but also trying to prepare for Winter Solstice.

I didn‘t really see a point to this novella. There are a couple things that are mentioned in the 4th book, but that‘s it. It doesn‘t really advance many of the characters or their relationships, which made it kind of boring.

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Reading.w.Dee
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I thoroughly enjoyed continuing the story of Feyre and Rhysand, as they venture into life after winning a war. It's a beautiful story about community coming together and still celebrating and falling back on tradition.

#ACOFAS #ACOTAR #SarahJMaas #fantasy

monibookishnerd The last book was my favourite! But I love am of SMJ's books so... 2mo
Reading.w.Dee @monibookishnerd ACOSF I plan on reading in the early new year! I'm very excited!! 2mo
monibookishnerd @Reading.w.Dee The book was an emotional rollercoaster! Looking forward to your thoughts on Nesta's book. She is a very controversial character. Not saying anything more because I do not want to spoil it for you. 2mo
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Katekenobi
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Mehso-so

It was a cute little side book/ catch up story but man…some parts are just so hard to get through.

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5feet.of.fury
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Mehso-so

A wholly unnecessary tale told from multiple perspectives, the High Lord & Lady celebrate Winter Solstice. It ends showing where the inner circle &frenemies will be heading in the next book. But I‘m sure that all gets rehashed, as 30% of this book was rehashing the trauma from the last book. I was reluctant to read on after ACOWAR because I felt like everything was in a good spot, but I can‘t let this be my last so I‘m sure ACOSF is in my future🤣

kplovesbooks This was legit just a "Christmas" episode. ? 1mo
5feet.of.fury @kplovesbooks it really was! No plot, just Winter wonder lol 1mo
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encinarus
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This was a really sweet interlude after the massive book 3. After all that happened before this, the characters really need to decompress, get back to living, and settle in. The world has changed, characters have gone through a lot and they need time to process. It's the Christmas special of the series, where you get to see the characters doing low stakes tasks (and also hints of future problems to solve).

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kricheal
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I enjoyed this Christmas novella told from multiple POV.

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kricheal
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Moving right along in this series! #ontothenext

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BookishlyPleasant
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A perfect little "slice of life"/holiday episode novella. It really gave the reader a nice check in with the characters and see how life is progressing post Hyburn. I appreciated that Maas doesn't make it seem like everything is all okay, she shows that there is still hurt and healing to happen.

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Lynnsoprano
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This is different from the previous novels in the series; it feels like a bit of a breather before we get another action-packed story. I enjoyed it for what it is: a holiday novella that concentrates on the relationships among the principal characters. Sometimes we all need to breathe in, breathe out, and move on.

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Lynnsoprano
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Time to go back to Prythian 😄

CallieBrowning Ha ha 4mo
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Lynnsoprano
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@Alisnazzy is swamped at work and doesn‘t know when she‘ll get to these, so she dropped them in my lap. Trying to control myself and finish my current read before jumping into these.

Alisnazzy READ MULTIPLE BOOKS AT A TIMEEEEE 4mo
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Books_n_Whatnot
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Panpan

A letdown. @scale-shark said it best “Sarah just wanted to play house with her characters”

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Karkar
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This was a nice seasonal novella. Still really do not like Nesta. Lol.

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dmanto00
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⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Loved this little story, honestly I wish there was more within it. Excited to read the next book.

#sarahjmaas #acofas

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JessBookNerd
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It was just ok 🤷🏻‍♀️ I could take it or leave it.

Kboltz This one could have been skipped! The other are great…I‘m waiting for the newest to finally get to paperback! 6mo
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Booknerd222
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BilboBookends
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“And in the end, though, we'd saved each other. All of us had.”

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PageShifter
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I liked how cozy this was to read, and I liked characters. Mostly. Some of them are annoying but that's also humane.

This was really light read, I enjoyed this more than previous ones. Usually there is so many unnecessary pages but his was short - so even though there wasn't that much happening in this one either it was so much more bearable.

#Pantone2022 #SeriesRead2022 #WyrdAndWonder #aestheticallymatched

Clwojick Yes! Way to go!! 🖤🖤🖤 8mo
PageShifter Thank you @Clwojick 💞 8mo
TheSpineView Awesome! 8mo
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Michaelalynn

“Never enough. Not to paint him, know him. Eons would never be enough for all I wanted to do, see with him. For all I wanted to love him.”

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Uralkodo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty nail polish 💅 and photo 🪴 9mo
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Doeyedbrunette
Mehso-so

Smaller in comparison. I almost felt guilty reading it as I'm used to 600+ pages. But this Novella is only a teaser and a close to last three.
It teases Cassian and Nesta a bit which I am intrigued to see how that dynamic will unfold.
Part of me doesn't like the splashing of wealth in this book. They build an estate and suddenly she's a business all because it can be bought just annoys me a bit, especially as she was in poverty before 😅

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BooksNBowls
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Ah, the Christmas special. I keep calling it that, but that‘s really what it is. This installment catches us up on what the characters have been up to in the aftermaths of Hybern as they prepare for the Winter Solstice. You definitely don‘t have to read this one because nothing really happens, but it does set Silver Flames up nicely. I enjoyed the light-heartedness after such a heavy setting in ACOWAR. Can‘t wait for Nessian‘s story! 😍

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KateReadsYA
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🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
I feel the thought in this book is to show some comfort and healing in those after war, a short story for following up with characters and it's perfect with the theme being a Solstice Holiday! I really enjoyed this quick read.

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KateReadsYA
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Weekend Read ☀️
Waiting for IKEA to open, looking for my first bookshelf to set up! Sooo excited. Hope you all have a Fantastic Weekend. 🌈

Branwen So exciting! Can't wait to see bookshelf pics! 😍 11mo
KateReadsYA @Branwen I'll post one sometime this weekend. :) 11mo
BooksNBowls Eeeep, the Christmas special 🤣 11mo
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Blh87
Mehso-so

This felt like a filler book…nothing really happened. I‘m excited for the next book. I‘m very interested in Nesta‘s story.

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Branwen
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It snowed this morning! ❄❄❄ Not a lot, but still enough to make it pretty! 😍 Seems like the perfect time to start this next book! 📖

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Dragon
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Mehso-so

I read this book a few years ago so decided to listen to the audiobook on Hoopla. This was the last book I read in the series. It‘s during Winter Solstice- the war is over the gang is together again for the holidays. I didn‘t enjoy it as much as the earlier books, it feels like a placeholder. But the audiobook is well done and it was a good refresher as I bought the next book in the series. I wish there was something between a pick and so-so

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LitStephanie
Panpan

Literally the only thing that happens in this book is a family Winter Solstice celebration. Preparing, buying presents, dealing with holiday family drama, and eating and drinking. I would have liked to see more background and insight into the characters we know less about. Nothing new is revealed about anyone. I kept reading, thinking more would happen. It doesn't, but it's a quick read.

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Blh87
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My library hold became available yesterday, so The Midnight Library is on pause. Here we go!

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kplovesbooks
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⭐⭐⭐⭐ ...I'm considering this one the "Christmas episode". It's winter time, there's celebrating and gift giving, not much is actually happening in the main story but all the friends are there so it still works. ?

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kplovesbooks
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♥️♥️♥️

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Lizpixie
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Mehso-so

Bk2 of March is done. While this was a sweet feel good novella from the Night Court, it didn‘t really add much to the story, just Feyre painting, Nesta bitching & Rhys buying stuff. Cute but 🤷🏻‍♀️ #BookspinBingo #PennyPerPage #SeriesRead2022 #FinishingTheSeries

TheSpineView Agree! 11mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 11mo
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kplovesbooks
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😂😂