Book one of the The Chess Raven Chronicles.
I’m an orphan. A hacker.
I grew up with nothing and no one.
But it turns out my whole life has been a lie.
All of a sudden, I’m a hero, a villain, a weapon, a puppet, and the last great hope. There’s only one person I can trust – but even he is not what he seems.
I am not the girl who fell. I am the one who got back up.
I am Chess Raven.
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Hey guys! So when I first looked at the book, I actually felt a bit nervous. I'm not really a fantasy person, especially when it connects with the modern world. The concept of magical realms and mythological characters kind of twists my brain a little, but I think the book is...Read more
First discussion question about The Girl Who Fell is about the faerie's being amoral and about the matriarchal society.Read more