“Remember that you are a wolf. And you cannot be caged.”
Near 700 pages never flew by so fast.
This review will be a general overview, what I felt about this book, so as to avoid spoiling anything.
This was a highly anticipated read for me, especially after the way it ended in A Court of Mist and Fury! The plot of this book was so complicated, it was impressive how Sarah Maas managed to wrap everything up (to my satisfaction, at least)! I’ve loved seeing Feyre’s growth as a character since book one. She quickly becomes this strong, fierce woman, and I love that about her. One character I was surprised by was her sister, Nesta. I’ve never been a huge fan of hers, but Maas always manages to make me love a character I at first disliked (or make me like a character, then dislike them, then like them again—it’s a roller coaster ride with her).
What I most love about this book is the pure friendship in this book. Everyone—Rhysand, Feyre, Mor, Cassian, Azriel, Amren, Lucien—is broken at some point in this book (or series) and they are all there for one another to build them back up. Even more than the romance in these books, the friendships are by far the best part.
There is a lot that goes on in these books, a lot of plot points that Maas has to juggle and finagle, and she manages it perfectly. I was so sad when this ended, I’m contemplating rereading the books again. I already miss Rhysand and the gang!