Sarah J. Maas Writing Styles in A Court of Mist and Fury

Sarah J. Maas
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Point of View

The novel is written in first person from the perspective of Fayre, a young faerie who was recently changed from human to faerie. Fayre is still learning about her new identity, the realms of the faeries, and the danger that is looming toward them. Her identity is the most important aspect of her new life. She is struggling to determine where she fits into the faerie world while accepting that she is leaving the mortal world behind. She is also struggling to identify and control the powers she has apparently inherited from the seven High Lords who Made her.

The limited perspective means the reader knows Fayre's innermost thoughts and feelings, but only to the extent that she is willing to be honest about them to herself. When she is living in Tamlin's court and is nearing marriage to him, she sinks deeper and deeper...

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