Finished Review: A Court of Mist and Fury

A Court of Mist and Fury A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Newer thoughts: All right, I finished this book after all. I don’t know why I felt like I had to push through this one. It was a hard read for me. But Rhysand was one of the main reasons why I pushed through the book. I did really like his character a lot. He reminded me of another Finnick Odair and that might’ve been why I liked him.

And last two parts of the book do get more interesting enough, even though it was harder to follow sometimes. I didn’t have too much trouble with the last part of the book. I guess in the other parts it was “too fantasy” for me or something. But I hate Tamlin so much and the third book has me curious because of how they ended A Court of Mist and Fury. All right, this is rated a four now, but to me it is actually a 3.5 because it took four tries for me to finally finish the book. But I only finished it because I felt invested into Rhysand’s character so much. I’ll get the spelling of these two characters one of these days.

**

Original review: Original review was rated to be a 2 and a DNF at 70 percent. Ok. I feel like I actually gave this book a fair shot this time. I got through the huge sex scene in one of the earlier chapters.

I liked Rhys or whatever his name is spelled. And I liked how Feyre (I can’t remember how to spell their names right) is all, “nobody owns me, I’m nobody’s pet” attitude she had in this book.

She was less like Bella Swan in this book. But this book was a DNF to me because it was just boring for me to read. I tried to finish it because of the guy. I like him better than Tamlin. But I just want to move on. Maybe I am just not the right type of person to read these books even though the YA fandom adores them.

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