Heart Flutters in The Mirror and the Maze

The Mirror and the Maze by Renée Ahdieh



Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Novella, Retelling (1001 Nights)
Author: Renée Ahdieh
Published: April 2016
Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers
Pages: 7 {e-book}

Original review on Goodreads

This is another really cute novella from Ahdieh that is painfully teasing of what is to come. It’s a great little snippet into events that I assume are going to fill a couple of gaps in regards to what Khalid is doing at least during the beginning of The Rose and the Dagger. I’m hoping that I’ll be able to pick up book two ASAP but as I write this I’m waiting for my copy to arrive – THE WAIT, IT KILLS ME.

This is currently free on iBooks to download and is very short so well worth setting aside a few minutes to read and put another piece of the puzzle together. Why 4/5? This was much better than the other super short novella, The Crown and the Arrow, which I found overwhelmingly pointless. But at the same time this pales again in comparison to the toe-curling events of The Moth and the Flame. NONETHELESS. It’s safe to say I’ll will read everything and anything that Ahdieh writes from now on. Count. Me. In.


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End Note

~~ Kirstie ~~

3 thoughts on “Heart Flutters in The Mirror and the Maze

    1. Ooh that’s great to hear, I so need to start reading some of his books! Novellas can be such an awesome tool to keep building up the story if they’re done right 🙂


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