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A court of silver flames summary

The war is finally over and Feyre’s sister Nesta shines in this stunning, sexy new book in the Court of Thorns and Roses series by global #1 bestselling author Sarah J. Maas.

After being forced to become High Fae, Nesta, Feyre’s sister, struggles to find her place in the Night Court following the tragedies of the war that have left her and her powers lost and confused. Meanwhile, Cassian, General of the Night Court, has to adjust to his new life that constantly puts him in Nesta’s presence. Together, to defeat new evils, they must confront their past, present, and wavering future.

Nesta Archeron has always been prickly-proud, swift to anger, and slow to forgive. And ever since being forced into the Cauldron and becoming High Fae against her will, she’s struggled to find a place for herself within the strange, deadly world she inhabits. Worse, she can’t seem to move past the horrors of the war with Hybern and all she lost in it.

The one person who ignites her temper more than any other is Cassian, the battle-scarred warrior whose position in Rhysand and Feyre’s Night Court keeps him constantly in Nesta’s orbit. But her temper isn’t the only thing Cassian ignites. The fire between them is undeniable, and only burns hotter as they are forced into close quarters with each other.

Meanwhile, the treacherous human queens who returned to the Continent during the last war have forged a dangerous new alliance, threatening the fragile peace that has settled over the realms. And the key to halting them might very well rely on Cassian and Nesta facing their haunting pasts.

Against the sweeping backdrop of a world seared by war and plagued with uncertainty, Nesta and Cassian battle monsters from within and without as they search for acceptance-and healing-in each other’s arms.

Throne of Glass
House of Sky and Breath
A Court of Thorns and Roses

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A court of silver flames author – Sarah J. Maas

Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Crescent City, A Court of Thorns and Roses, and the Throne of Glass series. Her books have sold more than twelve million copies and are published in thirty-seven languages. A New York native, Sarah lives in Philadelphia with her husband, son, and dog. To find out more, visit 




A court of silver flames Themes

The novel/book A court of silver flames, explores themes of grief, depression, sexual violence and self-loathing. It is a powerful story, and as such Sarah J. Maas’ writing elicits powerful emotions from her readers. Nesta has faced trauma in a number of ways, and this is her story of dealing with them, and of learning to heal herself. The book is really a must read.

A court of silver flames Characters/Cast

  • Amren
  • Ananke
  • Azriel
  • Kallias
  • Keir
  • Koschei
  • Balthazar
  • Bellius
  • Briallyn
  • Lanthys
  • Lorelei
  • Lucien Vanserra
  • Cassian
  • Clotho
  • Deirdre
  • Devlon
  • Elain Archeron
  • Emexrie
  • Eris Vanserra
  • Feyre Archeron
  • Gwyneth Berdara
  • Helion
  • Ilana
  • Jurian
  • Kallias
  • Keir
  • Koschei
  • Lanthys
  • Lorelei
  • Lucien Vanserra
  • Madja
  • Meallan
  • Merrill
  • Morrigan
  • Nesta Archeron
  • Nyx
  • Pegasus
  • Rhysand
  • Roslin
  • Tamlin
  • Varian
  • Vassa
  • Viviane

A court of silver flames pdf book information

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Bloomsbury Publishing; 1st edition (February 16, 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 768 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 168119628X
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1681196282
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 18 years and up
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 2.15 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6.55 x 2.3 x 9.5 inches
  • Best Sellers Rank: #250 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
  • #11 in Action & Adventure Romance (Books)
  • #24 in Romantic Fantasy (Books)
  • #30 in Fantasy Romance (Books)
  • Customer Reviews: 
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars
  •  50,093 ratings

A court of silver flames reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Deeply sexy and spectacularly propulsive.” ―Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author of The Honeymooners

“Simply dazzles.” ―Booklist on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

“Passionate, violent, sexy and daring…. A true page-turner.” ―USA Today on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

“Suspense, romance, intrigue and action. This is not a book to be missed!” ―HuffPost

“Vicious and intoxicating…. A dazzling world, complex characters, and sizzling romance.” ―RT Book Reviews on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

“A sexy, action-packed fairy tale.” ―Bustle on A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

“Fiercely romantic, irresistibly sexy and hypnotically magical. A veritable feast for the senses.” ―USA Today on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

“Hits the spot for fans of dark, lush, sexy fantasy.” ―Kirkus Reviews on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

“Darkly sexy and thrilling.” ―Bustle on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

“An immersive, satisfying read.” ―Publishers Weekly on A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

“Fast-paced and explosively action-packed.” ―Booklist on A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN

“The plot manages to seduce you with its alluring characters, irresistible world and never-ending action, leaving you craving more.” ―RT Book Reviews on A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN

Reviews from Amazon buyers

4.0 out of 5 stars
It wasn’t a 5 even though I really wish it had been.
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2021
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This book was solidly good and yet something was wrong the entire time I was reading it that I couldn’t place my finger on until the end. And it’s this unfortunate conclusion that I came to:

This book was a slightly inferior version of a story that SJM has already told.

Spoilers ahead.

While several of the ACOTAR fan pages I follow had people ranting for months about how much they hate Nesta and how much they didn’t care about a book featuring Nesta I had 0 problems with this being a Nesta story. For one, we left Rhys and Feyre in a good place at the end of ACOWAR and the novella. We don’t need another Rhys and Feyre book, as much as we truly love them. So that makes what SJM stirred up with them in this book incredibly frustrating. More on that later. I was genuinely happy to have a spin-off book because SJM wrote such incredible supporting characters in the ACOTAR series that -any- of them could have their own book. That is profoundly hard to do and I have only respect for her accomplishing that. And Nesta was an obvious choice to go with in this spin-off series for all the reasons that so many fans were irked to see her chosen. She’s flawed, her personality is prickly and she often seems to be a direct contrast to Feyre, who was so easy to root for. And yet…

And yet I’d make the case that, by the end of ACOSF Nesta isn’t that different from Feyre and it’s because SJM followed the same formula for writing Nesta’s story that she did for writing Feyre’s. While Feyre is an unsung hero before Tamlin finds her in ACOTAR- saving her family from starvation and protecting them even as no one is protecting her- the way we find her at the open of ACOMAF is the same way we find Nesta at the start of ACOSF. They both hate themselves and are trying to punish themselves for the things they can’t live with. And while it’s safe to say most of us were shocked by the mate twist in ACOMAF it was no surprise in ACOSF – even to Cassian and Nesta themselves- even though we spend all of ACOSF dancing around what we all know is ultimately the inevitable. Cassian helps Nesta build back her strength- literally and figuratively- all the while he knows Nesta is his mate but he doesn’t want to scare her off with the news of it… sort of like Rhys, but in a less well-executed way if I’m being honest about the way it was written. In the end it’s no surprise to Nesta, who seems to already know they were mates. The thing we were building up to for the entire book sort of deflates with this realization once we get there. It wasn’t awful. Again, if I hadn’t read Rhys and Feyre’s story before this one I’d say it was really good. But we’ve been here. We’ve done this.

Aside from the fact that this is not new stuff, Cassian fell flat for me and I honestly expected better from him as a character. While Nesta grows and evolves- learning from her mistakes, her flaws, the way she’s hurt people- Cassian does some things that left a nasty taste in my mouth. For one, Nesta is his mate, but he seems most naturally himself around Feyre. For as little as they interact in this book the relationship he and Feyre have seems incredibly more pleasant and loving than any scene we are tossed between Nesta and Cassian. I’d argue that in several scenes he’s more protective of Feyre than Nesta. Maybe Rhys’s character set the bar too high for my expectations of a mated male, but I also can’t go over this idea that after Nesta and Cassian have their moment of soul-binding he goes off for a week and leaves her. Huh? I thought it was so intense that mated males couldn’t stand someone even looking at their mate sideways, and yet Cassian leaves Nesta for a week?! Either he’s a crappier character than I thought or the writing went off the rails here. Quite frankly, the explanation he gives for this behavior later is incredibly weak and doesn’t fit with what it seemed like we were taught to expect from a “mated male”. And again, there’s just this overall sense that Cassian is a watered-down and less well-executed Rhys formula- the wise male who is incredibly strong, good looking, heroic and yet also selfless person… except that Cass does have moments where he’s just not as great as Rhys was at this.

Maybe I’m reading them wrong. Maybe the point of the book is that Cass and Nesta are imperfectly perfect mates who make more mistakes together and come back together again because they are such a great fit. It seems like there has to be a reason this story was written this way, so let’s go with that because I don’t have any other theories.

I cannot leave this review without mentioning that we did -not- need the Feyre and Rhysand drama. This story stood on its own without bringing them into it with that. We only got one really incredible scene from this side plot (Nesta revealing the heartbreaking secret to Feyre was truly well-written), and in the meantime, as much as Rhys and Feyre continue to beautifully dominate every single scene they’re in, it didn’t serve this book well. It felt like a distraction. A sort of, “Here’s one for the people who can’t get over this not being a Rhys and Feyre book”. And, quite frankly, if you’re going to throw Feyre and Rhys into a life-threatening situation I NEED more scenes between them than what I got. This just wasn’t satisfying.

Things I liked:

Nesta. I liked her in the beginning and I knew I’d like her in the end. Her evolution as a character didn’t disappoint

The Valkyrie trio. This was unexpected and I liked it. It felt fresh in a story that was otherwise a little stale.

The House. MVP award for this book goes to the house. Who knew?! I loved this character.

The writing. I didn’t like how this story went down, but it was still beautifully written and the world-building was rich and true to what had already been established. I want more books from Velaris and the other supporting characters.

It’s not a bad book. It’s really not. But I’m not reading this book with unbiased eyes. SJM is too good for that. I’m comparing one SJM book to another and, for me, the caliber of writing in ACOMAF set the bar too high for this story to get five stars.

3.0 out of 5 stars
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2021
2.75 stars

Continues SJM trend of being more s*x than substance. Cassian and Nesta were the only reason I picked up this story and while elements of it were interesting (i.e. the female friendships and Cassian’s support of Nesta’s development) this was overall pretty underwhelming. SJM does not include and real stakes in her novels so I never have any doubts that things will work out perfectly for everyone involved. Would have loved if she could have excluded Rhys and Feyre as they are stilted and often intolerable as characters after book 2. I wish she’d graduate these books into the adult category because they read like an erotica novel rather than YA. It’s obvious that her writing takes a back seat to the graphic s*xual encounters since that’s the selling point for some. Shame on me for hoping this would be different. Like I said, there were elements I liked but as a whole, SJM brings another p*rno to YA without any real stakes or care to a story about PTSD that could have been helpful to others. Disappointed but not surprised. I am hoping this is the end of Cassian and Nesta’s story. I don’t have any interest in where ACOTAR has to go after this.

Claudia Berry
 Hot sex and no stakes
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2021
I’ve despised Nesta from the beginning. She is an unredeemable character and this book did not change my mind. Every other character bends over backwards to give her a second, third, millionth chance. She’s been earmarked for Cassian so of course she has to have a redemption story, but frankly, without everyone doing everything they could to facilitate that redemption, she would have had no chance. The trauma she has gone through is no excuse for the horrible person she is, and she is horrible well into the book. To me, she has plot armor = she is supposed to become nicer, so here is a story of how she becomes nicer. And when I say no stakes, I mean No Stakes. There is no point at which I worry about any of the characters.

Wasn’t keen on Nesta anyway.. and that didn’t change in this book. Pretty disappointing, sadly..
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 16, 2021
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I bought this for my daughter and myself.. Admittedly I was nervous reading this because I loved all the other books so much.. but i really disliked nesta most of the time and i didnt want this book to spoil the series.

Anyway, here’s my thoughts.. While I dont mind a few adult steamy scenes, I feel it was a bit OTT and after the first few I skipped pages. If i’d wanted to read an erotic or explicit story i would’ve.

Also, somehow it seems as though Nesta becomes the most powerful of the group.

So the character who treated people who cared about her like rubbish through 3 books.. ends up being rewarded with the most power? Over Feyre and Rhysand? I know that the power adjustment leveled out eventually.. but i felt much of her behavior was excused and even those excuses she gave felt ridiculous..

I loved all the other characters and the banter between them.. just Nesta’s behavior and her power completely threw me off.

The other characters made it worthwhile reading.

Sorry, but both my daughter and I felt a bit disappointed with this story which sucks as I love all of Sarah’s other books.. My daughter is disappointed more as she is a massive Sarah J Mass fan.

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