A Court of Mist And Fury – A Review

A Court of Mist And Fury
Commonly Known as ACOMAF

Sarah J. Maas
Author of Throne of Glass Series

Fantasy Fiction

RATING ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐



❤ “No one was my master— but I might be master of everything, if I wished. If I dared.”

❤ “My mate. Death incarnate. Night triumphant.”

❤“And I wondered if love was too weak a word for what he felt, what he’d done for me. For what I felt for him.”

❤“I will kill anyone who harms you,” Rhys snarled. “I will kill them, and take a damn long time doing it.’ He panted. “Go ahead and hate me– despise me for it.”

❤“And so Tamlin unwittingly led the High Lady of the Night Court into the heart of his territory.”

❤“So I’m your huntress and thief?” His hands slid down to cup the backs of my knees as he said with a roguish grin, “You are my salvation, Feyre.”

❤“I’m thinking,” he said, following the flick of my tongue over my bottom lip, “that I look at you and feel like I’m dying. Like I can’t breathe. I’m thinking that I want you so badly I can’t concentrate half the time I’m around you, and this room is too small for me to properly bed you. Especially with the wings.”



Feyre survived Amarantha’s clutches to return to the Spring Court—but at a steep cost. Though she now has the powers of the High Fae, her heart remains human, and it can’t forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin’s people.

Nor has Feyre forgotten her bargain with Rhysand, High Lord of the feared Night Court. As Feyre navigates its dark web of politics, passion, and dazzling power, a greater evil looms—and she might be key to stopping it. But only if she can harness her harrowing gifts, heal her fractured soul, and decide how she wishes to shape her future—and the future of a world cleaved in two.

With more than a million copies sold of her beloved Throne of Glass series, Sarah J. Maas’s masterful storytelling brings this second book in her seductive and action-packed series to new heights.



A Court of Mist and Fury is a sequel to A Court of Thorns and Roses, the second book in the series of six, as rumored.

ACOMAF is the story of Feyre, a human huntress turned Fae, an immortal with a mortal heart. The book continues after Feyre defeats Amarantha under the mountain and comes home with the Love she sacrificed all for. Day after day Feyre is reminded of the horrors under the mountain and her pain drags her away from Tamlin, the High Lord of the Spring Court.

Feyre isn’t a human anymore, and though she might be more powerful, she’s all the more precious, Tamlin keeps her hidden and inside till their wedding takes place. Feyre is constantly reminded about her bond with the night court by the dark tattoo on her right hand with an eye that keeps staring at her from her palm. She is disgusted but confused about Rhysand, the high lord of the night court, as she remembers him saving her twice and killing Amarantha. What is in Rhysand’s heart after all? 

Feyre is constantly puzzled as Ianthe, a High priestess plans her grand wedding. Tamlin refuses to acknowledge the fear that lingers from Under the Mountain, while Lucien suspects Feyre might have gained powers from the other High Lords when they blessed her another life, the High Lord of the spring court remains protective towards his to-be bride and better half. The wedding day arrives and so does Feyre’s fear, her love is undeniable but what is it that keeps her from being happy?  Feyre’s love for painting has been drawn out by the torture and horrors of Amarantha, her bargain with Rhysand also flickers her thoughts as she walks down the aisle.Would it get in the way? Does Feyre and the High Lord of the Spring Court become Husband and Wife?

To fulfill their bargain, one week every month, Rhysand takes Feyre to the Night court where she’s more of a guest than a captive, she sees the beauty of the court that the rest of the Prythian despises. Every week a month, the bargain between Feyre and Rhysand is a thorn to Tamlin. Can he rid Feyre of the bargain?

Feyre is unable to hate Rhysand, she prefers her time in the Night court and doesn’t dread it, she even prefers the attire. While her scroll over Prythian, Feyre learns about Velaris, the most beautiful place, untouched, unharmed. How did Velaris remain as the rest of the Prythian was destroyed by Amarantha 50 years ago?

Does Feyre possess more qualities and power than spring court acknowledges?  Suriel has captured again and Feyre learns who her mate is, so does Lucien. The most unexpected of them all is another Fae is born, which human mortal loses their life?

We all remember Jurian’s eye living through the horrors of Amarantha, the soldier meets Prythian again, but in a different form. In ACOMAF we learn about The Cauldron and its power greater than any of the High Lords, greater than Prythian itself, the power enough for a destruction of the entire world as was once created. Where is the Cauldron and who owns it?

The hidden city is attacked by the King, Does Hybern poses more threat to Prythian now? Feyre saved them all from Amarantha, only one soldier of the King that now lives, who will save Prythian from another curse, another torturous torment loving king?

The court of Mist and Fury has much more adventure and Fae stories, visits to places dark and twisted, romance and love, jokes and handsome soldiers. ACOMAF would tell the tale of Amren, supposedly more powerful than any other being in Prythian and intimidating to Feyre. There are plenty more characters here, rich and exquisite in their own ways.

Mor, Bone Carver, and a blind witch that kills Feyre, or maybe she doesn’t. Well, read A Court of Mist and Fury to find out!



#1   A Court of Thorns & Roses   –    May 2015
#2   A Court of Mist & Fury            –   May 2016
#3   A Court of Wings & Ruins       –   May 2017


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