Blood Heir: Amélie Wen Zhao’s debut pulled for being ‘racist’ has been published


Blood Heirby Amélie Wen ZhaoHarper Voyager3/5 starsThe debut novel by 26-year-old, Beijing-born Amélie Wen Zhao is more or less a young adult fantasy, starring Anastacya Mikhailov, daughter of the Cyrilian emperor. Enveloped in multiple plots, it comes as little surprise when he is murdered. What proves more shocking is that Anastacya (Ana) is the prime suspect. Fleeing for her life, she realises the only way to clear her name is to find the real killer. This quest results in an uneasy alliance…



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