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2016-01-03 03:48 am (UTC)
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I met Intisar at Chessiecon in 2014 (and again in 2015); she's a pretty delightful person and I rather like her books, which tend to feature women of color as protagonists.
is a reimagining of a slightly obscure fairytale, which I didn't spot until I was about halfway in, so I'm not sure whether or not to identify it now on account of spoilers.
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