This book completely wrecked me! I can’t handle all the feels. This book left me crying loud sad sobs, with a smile in my face. I’m a giant mixed bag of emotions.
“Only you can decide what breaks you, Cursebreaker. Only you.”
I was slightly disappointed that this book didn’t live up to ACOMAF but then again I don’t think I will ever love s book more than that one. This is a first conclusion we’ve had from a Maas series and I’m overall content with it. I am excited to see what happens in the spin off because I’m complete trash.
I love how Maas writes such complex characters who have had there lives destroyed in every possible way but they keep in fighting. My love for the characters grow with each book. This third installment added a large new cast of characters, it was sometimes hard to keep them all straight.
“What we think to be our greatest weakness can sometimes be our biggest strength.”
Feyra character growth is outstanding. She went from having low self worth to being a confident leader. Seeing all that she’s gone through is just incredible.
Rhysand is by far my favorite male character ever written. He is perfect, his sense of humor, selflessness, his devotion to his court and family, and of course his love for Feyra.
Elaine is such a sweetie, and I felt so much love for her after everything she had been through. I cannot wait to see more of her in the spin off and I really want her to give Lucien a chance.
Lucien will continue to be my favorite side character in this series. I love how we got to see a piece of the autumn court and learn a little more who’s past. His concern and adoration for Elaine is so cute!
Nesta I still don’t particularly like her but she has come along way since the beginning. She is extremely hard on Feyra and it’s unfair and not deserving. I loved her connection to the cauldron and how she grew to accept herself as fae. I really felt her grow to care about Cassian, can’t wait to see them in the spin off.
Cassian pulled on my heart strings in this book. I was a little indifferent towards him in the previous book. But he won me over and I lived all the interactions with Nesta.
“The great joy and honour of my life has been to know you. To call you my family. And I am grateful – more than I can possibly say – that I was given this time with you all”
The ending, had a few plot holes and I wanted something more. I can’t really go to into because of spoilers but I guess I wanted something different. This really was a great conclusion to this part of the story. I love this book so much and I’m really excited to see what Maas comes up with next!