Title: A Court of Frost and Starlight
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Performer: Amanda Leigh Cobb
Length: 6 hr, 24 min
Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses, Book 3.1
Publishing Date/Publisher: 2018 by Recorded Books
Review: I don’t know how this author churns out as many books as she does. With both her Throne of Glass series and this one, she has supplemented her series with interspersed novellas. This novella is much shorter and less action packed than the three full-length books that come before it, and it is focused on the introspection of our main characters as they deal with the aftermath of the great battle with Hybern. It reveals more insight into our main characters and offers POVs that were not present in previous books. I did enjoy the book and the reader, but I found this book to be much soppier than the rest of the series. A lot of focus is put on the mating bond between Rhysand and Feyre, and the rest of the book is more of a snapshot in time as our characters prepare to enjoy a holiday together.