Okay! First of all, I wanna say thanks to Sarah J. Maas for this sequel. Sarah just being sarah, master of story telling.
This book is MARVELOUS! I don’t even know how to proceed. There were so many unexpected twists and revelations and for some reason this book even better than the first one.
I admired how the characters developed in ACOMAF especially Feyre darling. Feyre started expressing what she truly feels and also started to fight for her rights. Tamlin was quite a disappointment. He became the selfish overprotective guy who doesn’t care about how you feel. Lucien is Lucien, still dependent on Tamlin’s decisions. Rhysand on the other hand was exceptional. Rhysand being Feyre’s Knight in shinning armor. He took Feyre to the Night Court because he could’nt stand seeing Feyre struggling in Spring Court. He took her and gave her everything she always wanted. And his freakin’ revelations in this book! The way he speaks and talks to Feyre about anything. How he shared his life. OH! So Good!
The Inner Circle (my favorite gang) had a big impact on the story. Each one on the group possesses tremendous powers that continues to protect the City of Starlight. I respect Amren the most, she was described as a powerful being alive for five thousand of years. When everything fails Rhysand would break the spell inside her and unleash her wrath to the world. Creepy huh!
The Velaris was also a revelation. It is a city in Night Court that has not been attacked for thousands of years. Thanks to the inner circle, the city is marvelous!
The book also showed Rhysand and Feyre’s progress in their relationship. And guess what? The ship is sailing. A part of this book also described their true enemy, Hybern and how each character displayed their true intentions and the things that they are willing to fight for.
The final chapters of this book was so good. Tamlin sold Feyre and the inner circle to Hybern, forcing Feyre to go back with her at Spring Court. That part was just so devastating.
I just go OH? OH!!! WT? everytime there were surprises.
This book broke me yet this book is really fantastic. I only had 4 hours of sleep when I read this. If I were you, start reading this now and see for your self.