I can’t believe how much I enjoyed reading about some teenage brat trapped in retail hell in a Disney World knock-off.
Category: Genre: Fantasy & Sci-fi
Do we have to talk about this? Can I sigh over Chris Pratt instead? Now that’s a far more interesting subject.
Bland, bland, bland, bland, bland.
If the author wanted to introduce a past betrayal as a conflict between the hero and the heroine, why resolve that conflict so cleanly and unrealistically?
This Tumblr-friendly tale of polyamorous emo sex workers, college kids, pseudo-two spirit woo-woo djinns, and more is certainly… interesting.