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happy chung yeung festival!
before i begin my post, i’d like to extend a huge thank you to shealea @ shut up, shealea for being the absolute best and devoting so much time to promoting diverse literature ♡ i’ve been following shealea and her blog tours for some time now, and this is the first time i’m participating in one. thank you so much, shealea and bloomsbury publishing, for letting me host a review stop! i can’t wait to share my love of the dragon warrior by katie zhao with you all. 🙂
The new face of big evil is a little . . . small. Dastardly deeds aren’t exactly the first things that come to mind when one hears the name “Clementine,” but as the sole heir of the infamous Dark Lord Elithor, twelve-year-old Clementine Morcerous has been groomed since birth to be the best (worst?) Evil Overlord she can be. But everything changes the day the Dark Lord Elithor is cursed by a mysterious rival. Now, Clementine must not only search for a way to break the curse, but also take on the full responsibilities of the Dark Lord. As Clementine forms her first friendships, discovers more about her own magic than she ever dared to explore, and is called upon to break her father’s code of good and evil, she starts to question the very life she’s been fighting for. What if the Dark Lord Clementine doesn’t want to be dark after all?