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Girl, Serpent, Thorn A Captivating And Utterly Original Fairy Tale About A Girl Cursed To Be Poisonous To The Touch, And Who Discovers What Power Might Lie In Such A CurseThere Was And There Was Not, As All Stories Begin, A Princess Cursed To Be Poisonous To The Touch But For Soraya, Who Has Lived Her Life Hidden Away, Apart From Her Family, Safe Only In Her Gardens, It S Not Just A StoryAs The Day Of Her Twin Brother S Wedding Approaches, Soraya Must Decide If She S Willing To Step Outside Of The Shadows For The First Time Below In The Dungeon Is A Demon Who Holds Knowledge That She Craves, The Answer To Her Freedom And Above Is A Young Man Who Isn T Afraid Of Her, Whose Eyes Linger Not With Fear, But With An Understanding Of Who She Is Beneath The PoisonSoraya Thought She Knew Her Place In The World, But When Her Choices Lead To Consequences She Never Imagined, She Begins To Question Who She Is And Who She Is Becominghuman Or Demon Princess Or Monster

About the Author: Melissa Bashardoust

Melissa Bashardoust pronounced BASH ar doost received her degree in English from the University of California, Berkeley, where she rediscovered her love for creative writing, childrens literature, and fairy tales and their retellings She currently lives in Southern California with a cat named Alice and copies of Jane Eyre than she probably needs Girls Made of Snow and Glass is her first

10 thoughts on “Girl, Serpent, Thorn

  1. says:

    leans into mic I think we should all aggressively HYPE UP this f f fairy tale novel that draws from Persian methology, has an all Persian cast, a bisexual MC, morally grey characters a descent into villainy arc

  2. says:

    A poisonous girl threatens the people s lives who dare to touch her intentionally or accidentally Poor Soraya suffers from loneliness, is exiled from her inner circle, living in the shadows because poison flows through her veins and she can kill somebody a

  3. says:

    Pages 336 Expected publication May 12th 2020 by Flatiron BooksDark, Unexpected and Completely Original This book was totally different than I thought it would be I expected something along the lines of Rapunzel, with a princess locked away in a castle only

  4. says:

    New US Pub Date July 7, 2020 ME Alright, I think I have enough snake covers on my book she Girl, Serpent, Thorn sashaying onto Goodreads ME There s always room for Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy via NetGalley.

  5. says:

    This was so Good If you love queer fairytales, especially of the non Western variety, do not do not do NOT miss this Persian influenced bisexual one.

  6. says:

    A fairy tale that takes inspiration from ancient Persian Zoroastrian mythology A princess is cursed to be poisonous to the touch and explores what inherent power might lie in such a curse thanks for saving the YA retelling genre Melissa Bashardoust

  7. says:

    review on my blog You could kill me with a single touch Why should you ever be afraid of anyone Soraya is cursed with a deadly touch, where poison flows through her veins and any living thing to come in contact with her dies Isolated from her family and ruminating in the shadows, she fi

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    Update I will be participating in the blog tour for this release My post will go up on Sunday, July 5th Hope you can check it out Be well, book friends.Original WE HAVE A COVER I have been anticipating this release for such a long time I absolutely adored Bashardoust s Snow White retelling, Girls Mad

  9. says:

    I m getting THE WINTER DUKE vibes from this oml

  10. says:

    Girl, Serpent, Thorn tell us the story of princess Soraya cursed to be poisonous to the touch Soraya grows up locked away from her family and friends with only brief visits from her mother One day her brother takes a demon prisoner and in the very same day, Soraya comes to know a new soldier boy who seems to take an in

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