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Zen Cho
Zen Cho is a Malaysian writer of SFF and romance. She was born and raised in Selangor, read law at Cambridge, and currently lives in London. Her debut historical fantasy novel SORCERER TO THE CROWN is forthcoming from Ace/Roc in the US and Pan Macmillan in the UK in autumn 2015. show more

Zen Cho is a Malaysian writer of SFF and romance. She was born and raised in Selangor, read law at Cambridge, and currently lives in London. Her debut historical fantasy novel SORCERER TO THE CROWN is forthcoming from Ace/Roc in the US and Pan Macmillan in the UK in autumn 2015.
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Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Themis-Athena's Garden of Books rated it 2 weeks ago
So, on the plus side, despite serious RL interventions progress on my card is well under way, with four squares (including the centre / free / raven square) marked "called and read"; three of these in a row -- plus reading for the remaining two squares of that row also in progress -- and several mor...
Grac's Never-ending TBR Pile of Doom
Grac's Never-ending TBR Pile of Doom rated it 4 months ago
It took me a long time to finish The True Queen, even though I'd been waiting eagerly for it to be published - it just turned up at a time when life was a bit busy and I was having trouble concentrating on anything much. I think that wasn't helped by the fact that while it's set in the same universe...
Merle
Merle rated it 5 months ago
This is a light, fun fantasy very much in line with its prequel, Sorcerer to the Crown. I’d forgotten most of that one, which was fine because this is a new story with a new set of protagonists, though with some overlap in characters. It begins with sisters Muna and Sakti, who wake up on a beach in ...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 1 year ago
The Terracotta Bride is a short fantasy novellette that follows a girl who died very young, Siew Tsin, and who was married off to a rich man by a dead great uncle when she arrived in Chinese Hell where spirits of the dead stay until they are ready to move on and be reincarnated. Wealthier spirits br...
Muccamukk
Muccamukk rated it 2 years ago
Overall I enjoyed this collection. I will admit that a lot of the geographical references went over my head, but the cultural and political issues were fairly well laid out over the book.As with any collection, the content varied, and I didn't finish some stories usually due to being unrelentingly g...
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