From Hugo Award Winner S. L. Huang
"S. L. Huang is amazing."—Patrick Rothfuss
Burning Roses is a gorgeous fairy tale of love and family, of demons and lost gods, for fans of Zen Cho and Neon Yang.
Rosa, also known as Red Riding Hood, is done with wolves and woods.
Hou Yi the Archer is tired, and knows she’s past her prime.
Beautiful and fun.
Reminds me of life in the riverlands.
Makes my heart ache, and awes me with the vastness of what's left untold.
Nimona is a shapeshifter. Where did her powers come from?
A story of friendships: broken and reconciled. Identities: mistaken and assumed. Traps: planned and escaped...
- The moths are led by lantern light
To trees whose branches bloom at night
- An exile, by happenstance
from sunny days, follows a chance
- Another world beyond moon's gaze
where mourning wouldn't fill the days
-Long night lost to right a wrong
to find with whom we may belong...
For lovers of fairy tales and tales of love, this collection brings
together tender stories and beautiful illustrations. A tapestry of
finely spun yarns invites you to imagine what might have been, and what
might be, in a shade so many might not see.
Love, promises, and survival interweave and tangle in this sequel to
The Jasmine Throne. Tenderness and passion meet between the front
lines of revolution. Beautiful and strange forces threaten
destruction, but may hold a key to a world once thought impossible.
...Venturing far, far away, to bring a seed of prosperity to a nearly
barren homeland. Terrible kingdoms, vast seas, mysterious tales, lost
memories, and patient love, all- must Shuna and friends face.