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A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas Pdf | 697 Pages

Sarah J. Maas’s sexy, richly imagined series continues with the journey of Feyre’s fiery sister, Nesta. Nesta Archeron has always been prickly-proud, swift to anger, and slow to forgive. A Court of Silver Flames!

A Court of Silver Flames Summary

In chapter one, Cassian is sent by Feyre to meet Nesta in her shabby apartment building. Cassian gives Nesta two hours to be presentable. Normally, Cassian tries to ignore Nesta when possible because she was a High Fae and in his words “all inherent dominance and aggression— and piss-poor attitude.”

At last, Cassian says for Nesta to get ready and kick out the male she was sharing a bed with. Elain and Feyre had constantly tried convincing Nesta to move but failed. Nesta liked her place, where there was no roaming, judging eyes.

Any job offering Nesta received from Rhysand, was solely out of love for Feyre. Someone knocked on her door stopping her thoughts. When the door opened, Nesta saw Cassian’s cocky grin. He stepped into her house and the pair leave. A Court of Silver Flames!

Nesta arrives at her sister’s new estate, still bitter. When Nesta reaches Feyre’s room, Rhysand and Armen are already there. Armen criticizes and nit-picks Nesta, the two had been close but after the end of summer party they got into an argument. A Court of Silver Flames!

The Inner Circle mentions that Nesta spends all their money but does nothing. During the argument between Nesta and the rest of the members, Cassian notices Feyre’s shield is stronger than usual, he suspects it is because of the unknown dangers Nesta’s power holds. Cassian then informs Nesta that she will train with him in the Illyrian mountains.

Nesta and the Inner continue to bicker about where Nesta going. They give Nesta two options, return to the mortal realm or train with Cassian; Nesta is forced to go the House of the Wind to train much to her disappointment.

Nesta proceeds to ask everyone to leave her alone with Feyre. Rhys agrees and says he will be waiting in the hallway, further showing his distrust in Nesta. Everyone in the rooms notices the implied insult. When they are left alone, Nesta is fuming.

She realizes that the Night Court was watching her more closely than she expected. By the end of the conversation, Nesta still says she isn’t going to train. Feyre replies saying even if she has to be tied up and hauled there, she is going to have to go; Nesta is in rage.

As Nesta says at the end, “She didn’t want to talk about it. About the fact that it had always been her and Elain. And, somehow, now it had become Feyre and Elain instead. Elain had chosen Feyre and these people, and left her behind. Amren had done the same. She’d made it clear on the barge.”

Meanwhile, Cassian is brought to Rhys’s office to speak with him. Rhys says that training the Illyrians post-war was just training for Nesta. Cassian recalls a time when the Bone Carver said “What if I tell you what the rock and darkness and sea beyond whispered to me, Lord of Bloodshed?

How they shuddered in fear, on that island across the sea. How they trembled when she emerged. She took something—something precious. She ripped it out with her teeth.” Rhys and Cassian continue talking about Nesta and her potential powers. A Court of Silver Flames!

Cassian brings up the point that Nesta may not have powers since the Cauldron broke. Rhys is skeptical and advises Cassian to be on his guard. Rhysand further explains by saying he fears Nesta.

a court of silver flames
a court of silver flames

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About the Author

Sarah Janet Maas is an American fantasy author known for her fantasy series Throne of Glass and A Court of Thorns and Roses. As of 2021, she has sold over twelve million copies of her books and her work has been translated into 37 languages. A Court of Silver Flames!

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