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  • Girl that has Thorns

    This was a fun book! This is what I would call a fairy tale for YAs.

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  • A magical story!

    This is a magical tale of one girl seeking love and acceptance, and sends a powerful message to anyone who wants to read about demons, betrayal, and secrets. Soraya is a complicated character who grows to understand that her world, and her life, are not as they seem. Her naiveté makes her unique and sympathetic, which is why the shocking twists of her family and curse are all the more impactful. I was torn between the two love interests, uncertain which to trust until the end. There were tons of complexities whenever a huge twist or reveal happened, which made for an exciting read. The world and creatures in it were strange and magical. It felt like I were watching a fairy tale unfold, and I loved it! This is a great story for anyone who enjoys vulnerable and earnest characters, surprises, emotional depth, and magical creatures!

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  • A fantastic mix of Persian myth and magic.

    Girl, Serpent, Thorn was an enchanting read and possibly my absolute favourite in 2020. Highly recommended.

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  • Persian-inspired fairy tale

    A fairy tale-like story inspired by Persian mythology. I love how every character in this book is not completely innocent. Everyone is trying to protect the people they love, but they all make some pretty big mistakes that end up hurting others and then have to do what they can to make it better. There are lessons of trust, betrayal, forgiveness, and justice, as well as learning to accept all the parts of yourself that make you whole.

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