It’s the highest honor they could hope for… and the most demeaning. This year, there’s a ninth. And instead of paper, she’s made of fire.
As one of my anticipated YA reads for the year, For Blood and Glory was a debut that didn’t disappoint. Let’s get into it. The
We see something that needs to be obtained, and we don’t question why or how—not until we’re forced to. It’s the experience that Camellia must face as she goes from being an enthusiastic Belle vying to be the queen’s favorite, to a reluctant participant in a society that has facilitated commodifying outward beauty at the expense of finding true self-worth.