In a world where females are scarce and are hunted, then bought and sold at market for their breeding rights, 15-year old Aya has learned how to hide. With a ragtag bunch of other women and girls, she has successfully avoided capture and eked out a nomadic but free existence in the mountains. But when Aya’s luck runs out and she’s caught by a group of businessmen on a hunting expedition, fighting to survive takes on a whole new meaning.
I am so glad that Glass Arrow is a stand-alone.
I had heard some good things about Glass Arrow on the internet, i.e., they liked it, or that the story is interesting.
Let me just say really quickly that I am so thankful that libraries are a thing. Continue reading