The Six Deaths of the Saint, Alix E. Harrow

The title is black on  a light red background. It appears to be below torn out sections of a book. A hand in armor is splayed across the cover in between the title.

Okay wow. There’s only so much you can write about a short story without giving things away. You want people to read it but don’t want to spoil it. But it’s Alix Harrow, so you know this story is a must read. I had no idea where this story would go, and in typical Harrow fashion, she threw me for a massive loop.

This is told in 2nd person, which might be tricky for readers who have a preference. But I recommend sticking with it because you would miss out on a fantastic, gory, and absolutely breathtaking read.

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About the Book

The Saint of War spares the life of a servant girl so she can fulfill her destiny as the kingdom’s greatest warrior in this short story of love and loyalty by New York Times bestselling author Alix E. Harrow.

Always mindful of the debt she owes, the girl finds her worth as a weapon in the hand of the Prince. Her victories make him a king, then an emperor. The bards sing her name and her enemies fear it. But the war never ends and the cost keeps rising—how many times will she repeat her own story?

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