Hi! So, it’s never specified in canon, beyond the ‘truth’ aspect of it. It’s always hinted that there’s something more to it, and I have my own take on it in ACOWAS. I’m not sure how much you’ve read, but Mor’s gift is “sovereignty,” a rather abstract concept that means she bestows honor and glory upon those whom she chooses. It comes from myth, including but not limited to the actual gift of the Morrigan in Irish myth and other sovereignty figures like Dame Ragnelle in Arthurian myth.
I hope you’re enjoying ACOWAS! Thanks for reading!
Oh! This is a good question!
Honestly, he became irrelevant. I figure he eked out a living somewhere in the former Spring Court territory. Maybe he pledged service to Elain or something (though she likely always made sure his duties were far away from her). But I figure this ultimate decline in power was fitting for Tamlin, as his continued inaction proved that he was not worthy of the power he’d once had. I think Feyre just let Elain decide what to do with him, and since Elain is so gracious, whatever she chose for him was likely subordinate but not brutal. Feyre probably never really thought much of him again after that–though I believe he thought of her quite often.
Thank you! But no, if you reread Chapter 75, it explains that they’re still fae and will remain immortal as long as they remain just and refrain from cruelty.
Hahaha yes, I knew the whole “nine months later” might throw people off, but it June-March, so that’s how the cookie crumbled! lol
OMG yes they so deserved a happy ending! I’m so flattered that you enjoyed it so much!
I still believe the third book will blow ACOWAS out of the water, but I’m happy to hear that it’s satisfying while we all wait!
OMG you’re the third person to mention thinking of Charlie’s painting (it truly is glorious). I only really took inspiration for Rhys’s cloak, but Charlie’s art is totally amazing and I’m honored that you think of it when you read my work!
THEY GOT THEIR HAPPILY EVER AFTER!!!!
Ahhhh yes, Charlie’s art is FANTASTIC and her newest piece made me stare at it for far too long. Definitely buying a print when I have the funds!
Feyre’s wedding dress is actually this dress, though. The only inspiration I took from Charlie’s art was Rhys’s cloak. 😉
OMG Charlie’s piece is so absolutely incredible! I definitely was inspired by Rhys’s cloak in her piece, but Feyre’s wedding dress is actually this one. It screamed Feyre to me. Thanks so much for reading and I’m glad you liked the epilogue!
Ahhh, that would be great, but unfortunately the Mortal Curse is far older and originates outside of Prythian. It’s beyond Feyre’s power to break totally, though she was able to alter it into a better state.