Here is a quickie on the chapters for each day if you want to join:
A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES:
APRIL 1: CHAPTERS 1 – 3 (DISCUSSION HERE)
APRIL 2: CHAPTERS 4 – 6 (DISCUSSION HERE)
APRIL 3: CHAPTERS 7 – 9 (DISCUSSION HERE)
APRIL 4: CHAPTERS 10 – 12 (DISCUSSION HERE)
APRIL 5: CHAPTERS 13 – 15 (discussion here)
APRIL 6: CHAPTERS 16 – 18 (discussion here)
APRIL 7: CHAPTERS 19 – 21 (discussion here)
APRIL 8: CHAPTERS 22 – 24 (discussion here)
APRIL 9: CHAPTERS 25 – 27 (discussion here)
APRIL 10: CHAPTERS 28 – 30 (discussion here)
APRIL 11: CHAPTERS 31 – 33 (discussion here)
APRIL 12: CHAPTERS 34 – 36 (discussion here)
APRIL 13: CHAPTERS 37 – 39 (discussion here)
APRIL 14: CHAPTERS 40 – 42 (discussion here)
APRIL 15: CHAPTERS 43 – 46 (discussion here)
Spoilers ahead for ACOTAR chapters 1-12
I feel like every discussion I am posting involves a moment where Feyre points out the night time sky… In chapter ten when the Boggee appeared (while she was riding with Lucien) she tries to focus her mind on something else and thinks of starry, cloudless night sky.
Remember yesterday when I said I was curious about Lucien’s abilities, I have made a little progress with that. He is not as powerful as Tamlin as he said he would not be able to kill the Boggee. But he did grow fangs in chapter 12… I think at least, Feyre says he showed his teeth and I figures that means he had fangs in here.
Tamlin also mentions that he thinks Feyre is good at eavesdropping, I’m wondering if that was a lie or not. Because he was able to sense that she stole the knife… but he said it was because he smelt her fear. So does that mean in chapter 12 when she stands outside the room that they really couldn’t sense her there until she knocked the handle.
Because I read theory the other day, and I’m starting to think that maybe Feyre is something not human at this point in the book. I forgot to mention yesterday, that those creatures in the garden appeared and she could sense them. But when Alis appeared, she didn’t notice them at all. Does that mean something? I’m probably over analysis once again.
That’s all for today,
what are your thoughts on the Feyre situation, i’m probably reading into it a bit too much.
Until next time,