Looking for YA Korean fantasy-romance?
Feast your fox beads on Wicked Fox by Kat Cho!
I appreciate the relaxed pace of the writing. It’s a good book to chill with. It’s not something that will trap you until you finish it.
Miyoung, one of the protagonists, ascribes to a bit of black-and-white morality, but that made sense to me. She’s a sheltered only child, a teenager. Think Peter Parker from Spider-Man: Homecoming. People don’t really shake off that kind of thinking until they go out and experience the world and all its sometimes frustrating, yet glorious ambiguities.
To me, the monsters in this story aren’t the gumiho who hunt down predators to survive.
Somin’s a fun side character to experience. She dyes her hair, and she punches people. I can’t ask for more.
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