With the release of The Burning God on the horizon, I sat down and chatted with Rebecca Kuang (also known as R.F. Kuang) – who is the Author of The Poppy War series! I was so so excited about this opportunity to chat to one of my favourite authors.
We talked about the effects of the current pandemic situation on writers, her inspiration behind the Poppy War series, what it’s like to be a Chinese-American creator, and also a bit about her next book – a British dark academia. I also talk about what it’s like in Australia as a Chinese=-
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Stay tuned for my thoughts on The Burning God, which releases on 17 November 2020!The Burning God by R.F. Kuang
Series: The Poppy War #3
Published by Harper Voyager on November 17, 2020
Genres: Fantasy, Own Voices, Historical, Fiction, War & Military
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The exciting end to The Poppy War trilogy, R. F. Kuang’s acclaimed, award-winning epic fantasy that combines the history of twentieth-century China with a gripping world of gods and monsters, to devastating, enthralling effect.
After saving her nation of Nikan from foreign invaders and battling the evil Empress Su Daji in a brutal civil war, Fang Runin was betrayed by allies and left for dead.
Despite her losses, Rin hasn’t given up on those for whom she has sacrificed so much—the people of the southern provinces and especially Tikany, the village that is her home. Returning to her roots, Rin meets difficult challenges—and unexpected opportunities. While her new allies in the Southern Coalition leadership are sly and untrustworthy, Rin quickly realizes that the real power in Nikan lies with the millions of common people who thirst for vengeance and revere her as a goddess of salvation.
Backed by the masses and her Southern Army, Rin will use every weapon to defeat the Dragon Republic, the colonizing Hesperians, and all who threaten the shamanic arts and their practitioners. As her power and influence grows, though, will she be strong enough to resist the Phoenix’s intoxicating voice urging her to burn the world and everything in it?
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