How did no one think that the concept of plopping Mulan in the middle of Eastern Europe surrounded by white people wasn’t weird?
Victoria Schwab has done it again. Her writing is as beautiful as ever, and this may have taken over five years to write, but it was worth every single word.
Once I heard that this was an Asian inspired fantasy world where girls are abducted to be concubines for a demon king…and then two of them work together to overthrow him and end up falling in love in the process…..I WAS SOLD. And then the cover came out, and I was just…..wow. Girls of Paper and Fire has been on my radar since, and I’m so so glad it did not disappoint. At all. I own three editions of this book, and I have no regrets.