After fleeing from the Hidden Palace, Lei and Wren are now faced with finding allies for the upcoming war. Even after finding freedom, new problems threaten their lives and their relationship at every turn.
Lei is a Paper, fully human, and she lives a simple life working in her father's herb shop when she gets brutally taken from her home in order to become the Demon King's concubine. Lei and the other girls chosen, titled Paper Girls, spend their time in the court learning skills to please their oppressors.
I would love to see more content warnings in books, like in Girls of Paper and Fire. I did a little research about this, and it seems like there are so many reasons that people are against including content warnings in books. I have found some common arguments against content warnings and have explained why I think they are wrong or irrelevant to people that could benefit from content warnings.
Happy Pride Month! This is a perfect time to share some of my favorite books that include characters in the LGBT+ community! Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust Synopsis: In this Snow White retelling, the relationship between Lynet and her stepmother Mina seems to be doomed from the start, unless both of [...]