Grace & Fury by Tracy Banghart
In a world where women have no rights, sisters Serina and Nomi face very different fates: one in the palace, the other on an island prison where women must fight to survive.
Serina has spent her whole life preparing to become a Grace – selected to stand by the heir to the throne as a shining example of the perfect woman.
But her headstrong and rebellious younger sister has a dangerous secret, and one wrong move could cost both sisters everything.
Can Serina fight?
And will Nomi win?
Women had ruled this country. And history had denigrated them. Erased them.
I received this book in the June Fairyloot box, and I’m a little ashamed to admit, but usually when I get a book in a subscription box it goes on my shelf and I don’t ever get round to reading it (the only exception to this so far has been Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody, which was great), and as part of #theunreadshelfproject I’m making a real effort to read the books I already own, instead of constantly buying new ones, and actually reading some of my Fairyloot books has been a part of that.
Sadly, it hasn’t actually stopped me buying copious amounts of new books, but never mind…