In A Court of Mist and Fury, Feyre’s story continues as she goes back to live with Tamlin at the Spring Court. She expects monthly visits with Rhys, High Lord of the Night Court, but he surprisingly doesn’t come to get her. Feyre begins to grow weary of Tamlin and his court as the months go by until she can’t take it anymore and calls out for help in her mind. Concurrently, Rhys comes to her aid and takes her with him to the Night Court. Feyre begins to enjoy the company at the Night Court with Rhys, her bitter hatred turning into something… sweet. Maas writes this book in first-person narrative, keeping that close connection between reader and protagonist. The book takes place in the mysterious Night Court instead of the Spring Court, providing explanations behind the façades of the Night Court that Feyre (and the reader) would never have guessed. Through A Court of Mist of Fury, Maas expresses unending loyalty, unlikely love, and how those two things are what make not just a court but a family. Sarah J. Maas is an astounding author who is simultaneously writing the A Court of Thorns and Roses Series and the Throne of Glass Series.
Maas wrote a sensational fantasy novel loved by many young adults across the world. I personally think that my favorite (so far) would be A Court of Mist and Fury because it builds up the characters and is impossible to put down. There are new characters, but you wouldn’t know because by the time you are shy of halfway through it seems as if they have been part of the story since book one. If you haven’t read A Court of Thorns and Roses then you should read that first otherwise this book won’t make sense. If you have already read A Court of Thorns and Roses then you MUST continue the story!! You can’t go wrong this Sarah J. Maas book. -K