Grace and Fury is one of those books I put on my TBR simply because of the buzz. Since it didn’t catch my eye because of the author, or an interesting summary, my expectations were mild. I didn’t need, however, to be wary. This book is terrific!
Serina and Nomi move to the palace, Serina hoping to become a Grace, and Nomi to be her servant if Serina becomes one. A twist in fate leads to the opposite. Nomi becomes a Grace, and Serina is sent to prison for the crime of reading, though Nomi is the one who actually knows how to read. Though in different circumstances, it becomes a fight for life for both of them.
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