The best books I read in February 2022

February was a very short and busy month for me. So in between my birthday, friends visiting me in Florence, travelling and starting the second semester of school, I only read two books. If you read my blog post about the books I read in January 2022, you can probably already guess where this is going. These are the best books to read in February 2022 (no bad books this month! Yay!).

A little side note: all summaries are the official summaries because I usually get too excited when reading a good book and when that happens, I always end up spoiling the whole thing. 

Disclosure: When you decide to purchase through any of the shared links, I will receive an affiliate commission, at no extra cost to you! This will make a huge difference to Finding Falke and ensure I can keep sharing many more travel tips and tricks.

A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Summary of A Court of Frost and Starlight: Feyre, Rhys, and their close-knit circle of friends are still busy rebuilding the Night Court and the vastly changed world beyond. But Winter Solstice is finally near, and, with it, 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, she finds that those dearest to her have more wounds than she anticipated—scars that will have a far-reaching impact on the future of their court.

I treasured this little novella with my whole heart. How do I explain this without spoiling anything… Let’s say that after the previous book “a Court of Wings and Ruin”, I needed a book that would be less of an emotional rollercoaster. Fun fact: my favourite chapter of the whole series can also be found in this book and might have something to do with a cherished tradition. 

A ​Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J. Maas

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Summary of A ​Court of Silver Flames: 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. 

Against all my expectations, this book quickly became my absolute favourite in this whole series. I didn’t particularly like Nesta a lot in the previous books but she really turned out to be the one that felt too much. Her feelings are oh so human and feel so real. On top of that, this book is filled with badass women, supporting each other and true female friendships. And certain chapters involving a table are *ahem* very spicy. 10/10 recommend. 

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