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A Court of Frost and Starlight (Dramatized Adaptation)

By: Sarah J. Maas
Narrated by: Amanda Forstrom, Colleen Delany, Eva Wilhelm, Nora Achrati, Anthony Palmini, Natalie Van Sistine, Gabriel Michael, Melody Muze, Karenna Foley, Jon Vertullo, Shawn K. Jain
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A tender addition to the #1 New York Times bestselling Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas, bridging the events of A Court of Wings and Ruin and upcoming audiobooks.

Feyre, Rhysand, and their friends are still busy rebuilding the Night Court and the vastly altered world beyond, recovering from the war that changed everything. But Winter Solstice is finally approaching, and with it, the joy of a hard-earned reprieve.

Yet even the festive atmosphere can't keep the shadows of the past from looming. As Feyre navigates her first Winter Solstice as High Lady, her concern for those dearest to her deepens. They have more wounds than she anticipated-scars that will have a far-reaching impact on the future of their court.

A Court of Frost and Starlight explores the far-reaching effects of a devastating war and the fierce love between friends.

©2018 Sarah J. Maas (P)2023 Graphic Audio LLC

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I couldn't help but feel very sorry for Tamlin. I wished Rhys and even Feyre could've shown some compassion perhaps.

I hated how Nesta was judged for clearly being in a deep depression and no one seemed to help her. And Rhys still held a grudge against Nesta t and I just thought that was mighty unfair and again he or Feyre didn't try to see that Nesta was going through something dark like what they had been through especially given what Nesta does book 5. I just hated that the book was written that way about characters I've come to love even if they changed along the way.

I also really really disliked how thongs changed from the end of book 3, of which Elaine and Lucien seemed to have made headway in their tenuous relationship and now they're back to barely speaking. It felt like a major back step and like that hadn't happened.

They're were of positives too like Feyre painting again and starting teaching art to troubled children. Setting the scene for book 5. Elaine and Azriel's relationship for book 6.

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very difficult to listen to

Nice segue to book 5 but very hard to listen to. The background music is too loud for the narration to be heard, especially when driving.

The female characters sound alike and Rysand sounds like a Disney demon or a B Grade movie private eye.

Overall, good story but I wish I'd bought the non-dramatised version.

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First dramatized adaptation

I enjoy Sarah j mass books and this was my first dramatized adaptation. I’d have to agree that it was a bit loud with the background, whilst it wasn’t terrible, I did find myself wanting it to finish. I probably wouldn’t go for this option again

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Love these dramatic readings!

I love these dramatic readings of Sarah J Maas’s books, please make more of more of them!
Only thing I disliked about this one is that Cassian, Nesta and Mor’s parts were narrated by the producer rather than by the voice actors themselves. I love that Feyre and Rhys’s parts are narrated by Melody and Anthony, so that you hear their thoughts in their own voices.

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narrator ruins it

the other dramatized books don't have a narrator between dialogue and it feels out of place going from the style of the other books to this one suddenly.

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love love love these books

Love dramatised versions of these books. thoroughly enjoyed can't wait to listen to more!

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A Happier Episode

A short book, but packed with great stories of our characters. The dramatic rendition was well read with music and sound effects.

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Short but Bitter Sweet 2nd paragraph Spoilers!

As the other reviews have mentioned, the voices are a bit different, and this book is shorter than the others. I did like this book, but is it better than the others? No, but it is still worth a read and tied up a few loose ends. I do love this series, especially the Dramatic Readings. They are so well done and make it even more special.
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I really wish there was a bit more of Tamlin. I don't know if this is an unpopular opinion, but after the first book, it's like that was it. He was her first love, and now it's just empty and nothing. Don't get me wrong, I love Rhysand
and their relationship. I just wish there was a bit more with Tamlin it really does feel like he got the short end of the stick.
Both males have done good and bad in their past, and both have helped her soo much. Tamlin definitely did wrong by Feyre, but I really wish there was more to their story.
He has also tried to redeem himself by saving Rhysand and always trying to help her the best way he knows, which isn't always the right way.
I hope he's able to find a Mate that hopfully isn't any of their offspring because that story is just old. It would have been interesting if one of Feyre's siblings was Mated to him, but I guess that could still be cliche. I just want a bit more of Tamlins' story.
In the last book, it would have been interesting if Rhysand died and Feyre found out Tamlin was her Second fated Mate? This could be that their love was too soon and was meant to be with him after Rhysand. After he died, Tamlin felt they were Mated but ignored his feelings to bring Rhysand back for her because the pain she felt he couldn't bear it.
These are just my thoughts. I do love Feyre and Rhysand as a couple, though. I just feel like they are starting to get a bit boring? Like their story feels just about over once they have their future child and what not. The rest of the story just feels like it's going to be tying up loose ends with the queens and whatnot.
Anyway, still a good read/listen to!

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background a bit too loud

I have these book done this way but I must agree with the overall statement about the background noise being too loud. I found it to be the way in all of this book series. At some point its hard to hear what being said

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Agree with previous sentiment

This was my first dramatised book. While I enjoyed the background sounds the music was too loud and took away from the story. I really battled in the beginning but found it a bit easier towards the end of a very short story but then there was more background acting compared to the loud background music.
I will probably try one more of these before I decide to give them up completely.
Please loose the background music.

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