The Wrath and the Dawn Series
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So what happened in book one?
The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh - Spoiler Free Review
The Wrath and the Dawn author Renee Ahdieh proved with her debut series that she is a master of transporting readers into a whole new world, so we should all be jumping up and down with excitement now that she plans to do it again. Bustle can exclusively announce that young adult author Ahdieh will release a brand new duology! Not only that, but I had the chance to chat with Ahdieh about the first book, Flame in the Mist , which has been called a mash-up of Disney's Mulan and fantasy action movie 47 Ronin. I know, we need this now, right? Flame in the Mist follows heroine Mariko, who Ahdieh calls "an inventor and an innovator," and it is set in feudal Japan, using legends, myths, and actual history to tell a unique story, not unlike the way she used Arabian Nights to spin her The Wrath and the Dawn yarn. Ahdieh, who rightfully believes that Mulan is the best Disney movie, admits that she's a "sucker for the secret girl warrior stories.
Shahrzad finds the bravery to explore her magical talents and convinces Khalid to both accept help and seek peace with some difficult allies. In abd spare time, she likes to dance salsa and collect shoes. At that, Khalid locked on his cousin. She exhaled loudly and clasped her hands even tighter above her feet!
Luckily I got to do a lot of that with The Flame in the Mist. She nodded. Shahrzad lifted her glass and reached for the wine. And then the flower began to wither and die.