Rainbow Rowell’s Simon Snow series is probably one of my favourite YA series out there. It’s got a little bit of everything: magic, adventure, LGBTQ+ romance and it’s got some cool Harry Potter vibes too. If you’re new to the Simon Snow series, I can’t recommend Carry On enough. It’s a must-read for HP and Rainbow Rowell fans.
I’m just going to say it: I am in love with this book. This book needs to be a series so that I don’t have to say goodbye to these awesome, lovable characters yet. Tokyo Ever After was blurbed as an #Own Voices triumph inspired by The Princess Diaries, which is one of the reasons that I picked this book up. I’m a sucker for the normal-girl-is-actually a princess narrative. So this book was highly anticipated for me and did not disappoint.
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