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The epic romance of Lei and Wren comes to a breathtaking conclusion in the explosive finale to the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling Girls of Paper and Fire series. 'Don't struggle, Lei-zhi. It's time to take you back to the Hidden Palace. You're going home.' The jaw-dropping conclusion to Girls of Storm and Shadow left the fates of Lei and Wren hanging in the balance. T The epic romance of Lei and Wren comes to a breathtaking conclusion in the explosive finale to the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling Girls of Paper and Fire series. 'Don't struggle, Lei-zhi. It's time to take you back to the Hidden Palace. You're going home.' The jaw-dropping conclusion to Girls of Storm and Shadow left the fates of Lei and Wren hanging in the balance. There's one thing Lei knows - she can never return to the Hidden Palace. The trauma and tragedy she suffered behind those opulent walls will plague her forever. She cannot be trapped there with the sadistic king again, especially without Wren. The last time Lei saw the girl she loved, Wren was fighting an army of soldiers in a furious battle to the death. With the two girls torn apart and each in great peril, will they reunite at last, or have their destinies diverged forever?


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The epic romance of Lei and Wren comes to a breathtaking conclusion in the explosive finale to the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling Girls of Paper and Fire series. 'Don't struggle, Lei-zhi. It's time to take you back to the Hidden Palace. You're going home.' The jaw-dropping conclusion to Girls of Storm and Shadow left the fates of Lei and Wren hanging in the balance. T The epic romance of Lei and Wren comes to a breathtaking conclusion in the explosive finale to the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling Girls of Paper and Fire series. 'Don't struggle, Lei-zhi. It's time to take you back to the Hidden Palace. You're going home.' The jaw-dropping conclusion to Girls of Storm and Shadow left the fates of Lei and Wren hanging in the balance. There's one thing Lei knows - she can never return to the Hidden Palace. The trauma and tragedy she suffered behind those opulent walls will plague her forever. She cannot be trapped there with the sadistic king again, especially without Wren. The last time Lei saw the girl she loved, Wren was fighting an army of soldiers in a furious battle to the death. With the two girls torn apart and each in great peril, will they reunite at last, or have their destinies diverged forever?

30 review for Girls of Fate and Fury

  1. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Ngan

    28/01/21 All I'll say for now is........ Wren POV 28/01/21 All I'll say for now is........ Wren POV

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    1.) Girls of Paper and Fire ★★★★★ 2.) Girls of Storm and Shadow ★★★★ this cover is perfect. be still, my everything. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch 1.) Girls of Paper and Fire ★★★★★ 2.) Girls of Storm and Shadow ★★★★ this cover is perfect. be still, my everything. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tucker (TuckerTheReader)

    I was wrong but now I actually know the title!!!! It's Girls of Fate and Fury i KnOw ThE TiTlE ----------------- I can't change the title because I'm not a librarian but I am (almost) 100% sure that the title is Girls of Sand and Snow It says so on the publicity page of my ARC of Swipe Right For Murder so... pretty official | Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram I was wrong but now I actually know the title!!!! It's Girls of Fate and Fury i KnOw ThE TiTlE ----------------- I can't change the title because I'm not a librarian but I am (almost) 100% sure that the title is Girls of Sand and Snow It says so on the publicity page of my ARC of Swipe Right For Murder so... pretty official | Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram

  4. 4 out of 5

    solanne

    I am loosing my absolute MIND over this cover

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight

    2/28/21: One year after my last update - we have a cover!! And it is STUNNING. I wasn't a fan of the GoSaS cover, but this one - the ARCs better have this cover! 2/19/20: A - a title - we have a title - YEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS 8/17/19: How do I wait until 2020 for this book after that GoSaS ending?? How do I wait??? Ohmygosh. I'll be here... waiting... 2/28/21: One year after my last update - we have a cover!! And it is STUNNING. I wasn't a fan of the GoSaS cover, but this one - the ARCs better have this cover! 2/19/20: A - a title - we have a title - YEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS 8/17/19: How do I wait until 2020 for this book after that GoSaS ending?? How do I wait??? Ohmygosh. I'll be here... waiting...

  6. 4 out of 5

    enqi ♡

    ok this was everything i wanted from this series but didn't get in the first two books..... pls pls pls don't disappoint 😭 ok this was everything i wanted from this series but didn't get in the first two books..... pls pls pls don't disappoint 😭

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bookevin

    NATASHA NGAN SAID "WREN POV" AND LEFT US TO WRITHE IN PAIN. NATASHA NGAN SAID "WREN POV" AND LEFT US TO WRITHE IN PAIN.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mango

    Ahhhh this releases in a week!!! ------------------------------- I need this book! Excited for it. :)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    me? rating a book in the girls series 5*? duh. A MASTERPIECE, NATASHA I HATE YOU BUT LOVE YOU SO MUCH

  10. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    4 Stars! Thank you to Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings: Violence, Self Harm, Reference to Sexual Abuse and Trauma Recovery Wow. What a way to end the series. I was so so so nervous going into this one, I've genuinely loved this series and all that it stands for. There are so many heart felt moments throughout these series and I cannot applaud Natasha Ngan for how she deals with trauma throughout. It is always brought up in such a sensitive way and the fact tha 4 Stars! Thank you to Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings: Violence, Self Harm, Reference to Sexual Abuse and Trauma Recovery Wow. What a way to end the series. I was so so so nervous going into this one, I've genuinely loved this series and all that it stands for. There are so many heart felt moments throughout these series and I cannot applaud Natasha Ngan for how she deals with trauma throughout. It is always brought up in such a sensitive way and the fact that it doesn't disappear and is with the characters throughout it really is done in such a way. Going into this I KNEW there was going to be deaths of characters, I had an expectation of someone I thought would die, but honestly so much happened! There were some scenes that I was just absolutely blown away by. I genuinely think my favourites without going into spoilers were between the "Paper Girls" and an unfurling lets say. It was so intense and the execution and I just had all of these emotions for so many characters! Due to this being the finalé I was skeptical as to how it would end, and I genuinely feel like this outcome is believable, I say time and time again that war in books SHOULD have casualties, it really irks me when an author isn't willing to sacrifice people but this felt real. So many tears were shed, but it was just so well done! I genuinely can't wait to read more of what Natasha Ngan has to offer, this series is one I 100% recommend! Great characters, great representation throughout. Just overall a well executed series, I can't wait to re-read! ---------- Excuse me… how have I only just seen this cover AND title… I swear Fairyloot better do another version plzzzzzz xoxoxo

  11. 4 out of 5

    charlotte,

    On my blog. Rep: South, East & Southeast Asian inspired characters and setting, sapphic mcs, lesbian, gay & bi side characters CWs: mentions of past sexual assault and rape, gore, violence, death Galley provided by publisher When I read Girls of Paper and Fire in 2018, it was at the start of a kind of boom in f/f YA fantasy. And I loved it. Now, reading the final book in the series, in 2021, having read a lot more f/f YA fantasy since, I find I’m a little… bored by it, in all honesty. That sounds On my blog. Rep: South, East & Southeast Asian inspired characters and setting, sapphic mcs, lesbian, gay & bi side characters CWs: mentions of past sexual assault and rape, gore, violence, death Galley provided by publisher When I read Girls of Paper and Fire in 2018, it was at the start of a kind of boom in f/f YA fantasy. And I loved it. Now, reading the final book in the series, in 2021, having read a lot more f/f YA fantasy since, I find I’m a little… bored by it, in all honesty. That sounds harsh, sure, but thinking back on this book, I found it quite slow, with a lot of hanging around and not a lot of plot progression. I think, what I liked about it, I liked for the nostalgia of how I felt reading the first two books (although more the first than the second, it’s true). This isn’t to say it’s a bad book—it’s a book I think I’ve grown past. There’s not that much I can say about this book that’s not somehow spoilery, but I’ll give it a go. What I liked about this book, as I said, was partly nostalgia, but I did also genuinely enjoy seeing Lei and Wren get their happy ending. I was, after all, mostly there for them and not so much the plot itself, insofar as it didn’t impact them. And I always felt that you could trust Natasha Ngan to treat them and their traumas with the requisite care. In part, that meant that the ending wasn’t so much of a surprise to me—I was never that worried that they wouldn’t survive—but there was something comforting about the safety of knowing that. I think really, then, where this book let me down was the pacing and the plot. Of course I knew from the first two books that it might be a slowburning kind of book. I had, somewhat, expected that. But it was not only slowburning, but really long. I felt it didn’t need to be nearly so long as all that, especially since it took about 150 pages for anything of real note to take place in Wren’s POV at least. And then there was the fact that the plot itself ended sixty pages before the book itself did. Yes, those sixty pages were used to tie up loose ends in terms of character relationships, but it made the pacing somewhat odd and I skimmed most of that part in an effort to just finish the damn thing. This sounds negative, sure, but I fully believe it just ties back to the fact that I’ve changed as a reader, and have read and enjoyed a lot more f/f YA fantasy by now than I had when I started the series. So really, sorry to this book, it’s not you, it’s me.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laura ☾

    A satisfying end to this series, Girls of Fate and Fury neatly wraps up the storyline of the series. (view spoiler)[ I do wish we'd have gotten a few more chapters at the end of the book - and got to see more of Lei and Wren together! (hide spoiler)] A satisfying end to this series, Girls of Fate and Fury neatly wraps up the storyline of the series. (view spoiler)[ I do wish we'd have gotten a few more chapters at the end of the book - and got to see more of Lei and Wren together! (hide spoiler)]

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stella ☆Paper Wings☆

    Please please please please please be better than book 2 and restore this series to its former glory

  14. 5 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    “The small bird flies on the wings of the golden-eyed girl” Nine Paper Girls. Each claimed their very own piece of my heart in Girls of Paper and Fire. While I loved them all, I identified mostly with three: Lei, the Moonchosen, trained assassin Wren and Blue, winner of the girl with the most attitude award. Then there was sweetheart Lill, not one of the nine but so darn adorable that I couldn’t help but want to protect her from the big, bad world. My favourites all returned in this final b “The small bird flies on the wings of the golden-eyed girl” Nine Paper Girls. Each claimed their very own piece of my heart in Girls of Paper and Fire. While I loved them all, I identified mostly with three: Lei, the Moonchosen, trained assassin Wren and Blue, winner of the girl with the most attitude award. Then there was sweetheart Lill, not one of the nine but so darn adorable that I couldn’t help but want to protect her from the big, bad world. My favourites all returned in this final book of the trilogy, a book I’d both anticipated and dreaded. I needed to know what would happen to each of my girls and I couldn’t wait to spend more time with them, loving them and learning from them, but I wasn’t ready to say good bye to them just yet. Although I’m sad to be leaving them behind (for now; I know they’ll be waiting for me when I return for my reread), I’m also grateful because my heart is so full having known them. These girls are everything I want in characters, and in myself, if I’m going to be honest. They’ve been through absolute hell but, despite everything, they keep showing up. Although literal survival would be a triumph at this point, they’re always reaching for more. They want justice, they want peace and they’re going to fight, in an actual war, to achieve it. Their resilience, their courage, their ability to still love and be loved, is extraordinary. When the world denies you choices, you make your own. That’s not to say that they don’t feel the effects of what they’ve survived so far. There are the nightmares, the flashbacks, the dissociation, the times when the past tries its darnedest to swallow them whole. PTSD, although it’s not officially diagnosed in Ikhara (none of our girls really have the time to make an appointment with a psychologist anyway), is evident in the various trauma impacts the reader is privy to. Coping mechanisms, healthy and otherwise, are as varied as the individual characters, and I adore that about this series. There is no one correct way to respond when you’ve experienced the kind of trauma these girls have; all of their responses are normal. “Fire in. Fear out.” While recovery from sexual assault remains something our girls are all dealing with, another character is having to figure out her life post-disability. This character is a total badass and one of my new favourites. They’re able to acknowledge their disability and the impact it has on their life without it defining them and I loved them even more for that. The authenticity and sensitivity evident in the writing, already proven by the way the author has handled the experience of and survival after sexual assault, are extended to the experience of disability. There will be reviews that will talk about the story and others that will talk about its themes. I’m here to tell you that I love these girls even more now than I did before I began this book. I got to return to the Hidden Palace to confront the past and spent precious time with characters I didn’t think I’d cross paths with again. This isn’t only Lei’s story. We’re also given chapters written from Wren’s perspective in this book and I couldn’t help noticing the differences between the two. Lei, who is more open and leads with her heart, has chapters written in the first person. Wren, the trained assassin who guards her heart more, has chapters written in the third person, almost as if she needed to keep the reader at arm’s length because she’s not certain they’re worthy of her trust. This is a story for all Paper Girls both on and off the page. Like the books before it, I felt seen in its pages. I was reminded that you can survive your past. You can continue to fight even when your mind and body are telling your spirit you can’t. It’s okay to accept help from the supportive people around you. You are not the labels others place on you. You can look forward to a future where your past, while it can never be undone, doesn’t have to define you. “Give them hell, girls. For all of us.” Content warnings include (view spoiler)[mental health, misogyny, racism, references to sexual assault, self harm, torture, violence and war (hide spoiler)] . Thank you so much to NetGalley and Hodder & Stoughton for the opportunity to read this book. Blog - https://schizanthusnerd.com

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Tonks

    we finally have a cover and a synopsis for this book! that cover is so freaking gorgeous as the first ones. i'm not sure if i prefer the cover for the first book or for this one. they are both so beautiful. i may have not liked the second book that much but i have high hopes that this will be better as the first one was an excellent book and i know that the author can write a book well. we finally have a cover and a synopsis for this book! that cover is so freaking gorgeous as the first ones. i'm not sure if i prefer the cover for the first book or for this one. they are both so beautiful. i may have not liked the second book that much but i have high hopes that this will be better as the first one was an excellent book and i know that the author can write a book well.

  16. 4 out of 5

    ✡︎

    leiwren nation let’s go

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katie (chaotagecore)

    Kinda wished they died.

  18. 4 out of 5

    ikram

    All we need now is the date and the cover!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gabriella

    that cover though...OMG! is wren getting a cover all to herself?? edit: Ngan hinted at Wren's POV so I have concluded that is, in fact, Wren on the cover. she's so gorgeous help that cover though...OMG! is wren getting a cover all to herself?? edit: Ngan hinted at Wren's POV so I have concluded that is, in fact, Wren on the cover. she's so gorgeous help

  20. 4 out of 5

    anya

    that cover 🤩🤩

  21. 5 out of 5

    USOM

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: mentions of sexual assault and self-harm Girls of Fate and Fury is a balm to my soul. Featuring a Lei and Wren POV, it's a story about agency and change. My favorite characters have gone through so much. Girls of Fate and Fury merely cements the lengths, mistakes, and sacrifices these characters have gone through. At the beginning, Ngan asks us what we are willing to do. Sacrif (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: mentions of sexual assault and self-harm Girls of Fate and Fury is a balm to my soul. Featuring a Lei and Wren POV, it's a story about agency and change. My favorite characters have gone through so much. Girls of Fate and Fury merely cements the lengths, mistakes, and sacrifices these characters have gone through. At the beginning, Ngan asks us what we are willing to do. Sacrifice and choice has always been a central theme in this series. But Girls of Fate and Fury takes moments to deconstruct our duty, loyalties, and choices. The lines of mercy, forgiveness, and blame in war. All the nightmares that haunt us when we close our eyes. In the heat of the moment, we can be caught up in the hum of battle, but only when the dust begins to clear, can we see the blood on our hand. It's not only those choices where lives are in our hands, but all the times we stand by, those indirect pauses. Girls of Fate and Fury is emotional and action packed all at once. full review: https://utopia-state-of-mind.com/revi...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jan Agaton

    This definitely wasn't my favorite of the trilogy, as it took me about 200 pages to feel fully immersed into the story/world again, and I'm not a fan of there being a fight/war scene in almost every chapter, but the second half of the book redeemed it for me. Wren & Lei are one of my favorite YA couples ever, and I absolutely loved the "Three Months Later" section at the end where we follow them during the calm afterrr the storm. It feels so good to finish a series, and I will undoubtedly be rer This definitely wasn't my favorite of the trilogy, as it took me about 200 pages to feel fully immersed into the story/world again, and I'm not a fan of there being a fight/war scene in almost every chapter, but the second half of the book redeemed it for me. Wren & Lei are one of my favorite YA couples ever, and I absolutely loved the "Three Months Later" section at the end where we follow them during the calm afterrr the storm. It feels so good to finish a series, and I will undoubtedly be rereading it a couple years from now.

  23. 4 out of 5

    lapetitepritt

    3.5 🌟 Girls of Paper and Fire is one of my favourite fantasy trilogies and I am quite happy with this ending. As you can probably tell from my rating, I did not love it as much as the other two books (I gave 4 stars to both of them), but I still feel like this is a solid third book. Generally, the third book is never my favourite, the second one is, and this series is no exception. Second book supremacy. Anyways, I love Natasha Ngan's writing style: she is able to perfectly balance action scenes w 3.5 🌟 Girls of Paper and Fire is one of my favourite fantasy trilogies and I am quite happy with this ending. As you can probably tell from my rating, I did not love it as much as the other two books (I gave 4 stars to both of them), but I still feel like this is a solid third book. Generally, the third book is never my favourite, the second one is, and this series is no exception. Second book supremacy. Anyways, I love Natasha Ngan's writing style: she is able to perfectly balance action scenes with lyrical writing, and I really enjoy some of the quotes, especially the ones about love, loss and all the different kind of pains experienced by her characters. I think the depiction of war, illness, injuries, abuse and affection is extremely spot on. I would love to read a hard hitting contemporary written by the author, because I think she would do an amazing job and contemporary is one of my favourite genres. The only problem I had with this book -- which is probably a me problem, since it happened twice this month alone -- is that it was a bit too long for my taste. The first part was a bit boring and I struggled to get into it. After the 50% mark things became much more interesting and I found my old love for this series, but I am not gonna lie, if I was someone who DNF'd books, I may have DNF'd this one based on the first half. In any case, I am glad I have completed this trilogy and I can tell this is going to be something I will recommend to anyone who's looking for a good YA fantasy series with lot of diversity and accurate depiction of the struggles people in these situations may face. I hate when fantasy doesn't tackle the aftermath of battle and abuse, but this book is so very much about that and I think it is really important. Be sure to check TWs before reading this series, though, as it is not an easy and light one! Thank you so much to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with an ARC.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    I exist solely to give Natasha Ngan 5 star reviews

  25. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    This book has blown me away. It's the perfect ending for the trilogy, the characters, the action, the plot, how it goes and how it ends. The topics it deals with, heavy sometimes but very needed: trauma, PTSD, abuse, sexual violence, disability... More on December, 8th, 2021 here https://youtu.be/jWdY0LenJEc This book has blown me away. It's the perfect ending for the trilogy, the characters, the action, the plot, how it goes and how it ends. The topics it deals with, heavy sometimes but very needed: trauma, PTSD, abuse, sexual violence, disability... More on December, 8th, 2021 here https://youtu.be/jWdY0LenJEc

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    I think Girls of Fate and Fury is my favourite book of the series. It is darker than the first two — how can it not be, with Lei back at the Hidden Palace with her abuser and war at the centre — but it was so well done, the conclusion of a trilogy I’ll think for a long, long time. Especially about the girls. In this book, we get Wren’s POV, which feels so different from Lei’s, but one thing they both have in common is their determination and their love for each other. Book 2 left them separated w I think Girls of Fate and Fury is my favourite book of the series. It is darker than the first two — how can it not be, with Lei back at the Hidden Palace with her abuser and war at the centre — but it was so well done, the conclusion of a trilogy I’ll think for a long, long time. Especially about the girls. In this book, we get Wren’s POV, which feels so different from Lei’s, but one thing they both have in common is their determination and their love for each other. Book 2 left them separated with a pretty big argument and my heart hurt every time they thought of the other. How can two people love each other so strongly, despite — because of — their faults is. wow. I don’t think I even have words for their love. I was drawn by Girls of Paper and Fire for the sapphic love story and got so much more than that. “It’s only polite to look at a girl in the eyes when she kills you.” And girls. So many resilient, strong, endearing girls. With Lei back at the Hidden Palace, we see the other Paper Girls and their bond is stronger than ever. Them and their relationship were everything to me in this third book. We get to know each of them better, understand them better, and they’re just, girls. Girls. I said war is at the centre of this book, but Girls are at the centre of the series. They were all written so perfectly, with all their strengths and their flaws. I’m gonna miss them. This is a love letter to girls, every single one of us. As it is the conclusion of the series, and war is brewing — is here — Girls of Fate and Fury is way much darker than the first two books. Expect a lot of emotions and things you would not agree with but are necessary in their times. Expect death. Lots of it. I definitely cried more than a few times reading this book. There was no space for mercy in war. There were also reactions and talks about trauma and disability and how to live with it, and it felt so much important. Not everyone’s answers were the same, as people are all different, but it was there. It was seen, known, talked about. All in all, I think this was a perfect conclusion for the series. I smiled and laughed and hurt and cried and loved, and I will miss the girls very much, but they will always have a place in my heart. I received this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. you can also find this review on my blog

  27. 4 out of 5

    Frank Chillura (OhYouRead)

    This was by far the most incredible book in the series. The stories all converge and come to an end so beautifully that I don’t want it to end. In this final chapter of the Paper Girl’s saga, Lei & Wren are finding their way back to each other. We begin the book with Lei back at the King’s Palace. The place that she had escaped in book 1. So all of those memories come back to her from her sexual assault at the hands of the King, but now she is much stronger and wiser than that poor kidnapped girl This was by far the most incredible book in the series. The stories all converge and come to an end so beautifully that I don’t want it to end. In this final chapter of the Paper Girl’s saga, Lei & Wren are finding their way back to each other. We begin the book with Lei back at the King’s Palace. The place that she had escaped in book 1. So all of those memories come back to her from her sexual assault at the hands of the King, but now she is much stronger and wiser than that poor kidnapped girl she was in the beginning. I love that we get to see so many familiar faces, albeit some for only a short time… because surprise, don’t get used to anyone. They may be killed off! This is WAR!!! I don’t know what to say other than, go read this series!!! But definitely check the trigger warnings first! There are some seriously traumatizing things that happen to the characters.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Erin Ludeau

    This was a great book to clean the house to. Everything was wrapped up nicely, and I much preferred this book to the second. As for the series as a whole, it wasn’t the best series I’ve ever read, but I liked it well enough. Good, quick reads.

  29. 5 out of 5

    M

    Even better than the last one Review to come

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rosie

    The final instalment! Ahhhh Even though there was no recap it was easy to get right back into the swing of things, I loved being back with Wren and Lei I did prefer Lei’s chapters, I think there was more drama and I wasn’t best pleased with Wren following the last book… It wraps up very sweetly and is a great finale to the trilogy! I thought that maybe the whole trilogy could just have been a slightly longer duology but I enjoyed it nonetheless The authors note especially made me very connected to The final instalment! Ahhhh Even though there was no recap it was easy to get right back into the swing of things, I loved being back with Wren and Lei I did prefer Lei’s chapters, I think there was more drama and I wasn’t best pleased with Wren following the last book… It wraps up very sweetly and is a great finale to the trilogy! I thought that maybe the whole trilogy could just have been a slightly longer duology but I enjoyed it nonetheless The authors note especially made me very connected to the book and Blue is probably my fave character in the end :) Thank you so much to NetGalley and Hachette for the gifted E-ARC x Review coming to @rosies.book.shelf Instagram on release day

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