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ARC Review: Descendant of the Crane – Joan He

Tyrants cut out hearts. Rulers sacrifice their own Princess Hesina of Yan has always been eager to shirk the responsibilities of the crown, but when her beloved father is murdered, she’s thrust into power, suddenly the queen of an unstable kingdom. Determined to find her father’s killer, Hesina does something desperate: she engages the aid…… Continue reading ARC Review: Descendant of the Crane – Joan He

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ARC Review: The Impossible Girl – Lydia Kang

Two hearts. Twice as vulnerable. Manhattan, 1850. Born out of wedlock to a wealthy socialite and a nameless immigrant, Cora Lee can mingle with the rich just as easily as she can slip unnoticed into the slums and graveyards of the city. As the only female resurrectionist in New York, she’s carved out a niche…… Continue reading ARC Review: The Impossible Girl – Lydia Kang

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Review: God Smites and Other Girl Problems – Ishara Deen

LIKE NANCY DREW, BUT NOT… Craving a taste of teenage life, Asiya Haque defies her parents to go for a walk (really, it was just a walk!) in the woods with Michael, her kind-of-friend/crush/the guy with the sweetest smile she’s ever seen. Her tiny transgression goes completely off track when they stumble on a dead…… Continue reading Review: God Smites and Other Girl Problems – Ishara Deen

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Review: Every Heart a Doorway – Seanan McGuire

Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children No Solicitations No Visitors No Quests Children have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe, tumbling down rabbit holes and into old wells, and emerging somewhere… else. But magical lands have little need for used-up miracle…… Continue reading Review: Every Heart a Doorway – Seanan McGuire

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Review: The Astrologer’s Daughter – Rebecca Lim

I chose to read The Astrologer’s Daughter because I was looking for a book with a multiracial main character for Asian Lit Bingo. This book promised a mix of astrology and mystery, so I was quite excited about reading it. Avicenna’s mother is missing. While juggling school, searching for her mother, and her mother’s clients,…… Continue reading Review: The Astrologer’s Daughter – Rebecca Lim