The last piece or shall I say master piece in the series is A Court of Wings and Ruins. A final call for everyone to either fight or run away. But there is no run away. This review may contains spoilers from the previous two books so if you haven’t read them yet, I would recommend not to continue.
The story begin from where it was left. Nesta and Elain were forcedly made Fae through Caldron. The trauma and terror has silenced Elain and added more coldness to Nesta. Feyre was left with no other option than to pretend. Pretend that Rhys has captured her mind. She was not herself when she made that bond with him. She doesn’t want to live with him and return back to Tamlin.
The story begins when Feyre plans to ruin every inch of Spring Court as Tamlin was the responsible to what happened to her sisters. She decided to turn his people against him. So many troubles, so many hurdles yet she succeed and return to Rhys. And there they start negotiating with all the other courts to help them in fighting the upcoming battle. Hybern and his army is no small troop that they could handle all by themselves. Meetings are done, bargains are made. Alliances are made. But to defeat the Caldron itself, is a thing that no one knows. The only answer is hidden in the book that Amren is decoding. But what if Amren is decoding the book for her own purposes? Will she remains loyal to the inner circle and to Rhys? This is what I don’t wanna tell you people to explore the story by yourself.
I literally loved how the story flourished. The beauty of the book was the peace within and war outside. The relationships that held you so strong. The characters that become so vibrant and alive. I enjoyed the encounters of Nesta and Cassian and how they are getting more and closer. Lucien, on the other hand, is a mate of Elain who is still in love with his mortal love. The tension, the jealousy that is ripping him in so many pieces and now he can understand what Rhys was going through at the time. After reading the whole novel, I wanted to know more of Tamlin’s POV. I wanted to know what on earth he was thinking when he was in that meeting! And after all that why he even come in the end. There are so many things that I am curious about. I loved how Rhys and his inner circle do each n everything in their power to protect Velaris and Prythein. I am literally in love with all equally, but more with Rhys because you know he is the most handsome high lord 😀 I would recommend you all to go and read this series right now if you haven’t. You won’t regret it.