|I absolutely adored this book, it was so beautiful. I loved how Sarah showed that a different perspective on a situation can really make a difference in your opinion of a character. Before Feyre went through what happened to her under the mountain, she looked at Tamlin's protective, shielding actions with appreciation, but once she grew up as a person, she realized how restrictive he was being. One thing that I have always admired about Sarah is how her characters rarely end up with the romantic pairing that they started the series with. It's so realistic, and really shows you the motion of how relationships have their good moments and their bad, (although relationships are rarely accurately depicted in YA novels. ) I love how Rhysand treats Feyre. Even though he loves her, and has feelings for her, he acknowledges the fact that she is her own person, and that she has the right to make her own decisions no matter what he thinks of it. I find that young adult novels are often lacking this very healthy factor of any thriving relationship, and that the female characters are often over protected by their male love interests. Overall this book was amazing, and had a refreshing burst of maturity that a YA novel needs. .
•I have to say that my overall favourite part of the book was when Feyre went to the weavers cabin to steal the ring. It was so satisfyingly twisted and original that my breathe was taken away by the entire scene that was set. Feyre realized that she was strong, and that she didn't need someone to help her, she could do it herself. .
•I hope everyone is having a great week! I hope whatever you are reading is bringing you as much joy as this book brought me! .