When you hear the words “young adult dystopian”, what are the first things that come to your mind? Wait, don’t bother; I’m going to do a checklist for you:
☑ There is a special, teenage snowflake… ☑ … who insists she is average and normal… ☑ … but catches the attention of one or two or three love interests… ☑ … who without the help of experienced adults… ☑ … manages to topple an oppressive government/system.
Am I right, or am I right?
However, you need not fear because The Glass Arrow took a completely different direction, deciding to give this world-renowned checklist a big “fuck-you”. It may not look like at first, but this standalone YA dystopian is about an unfortunate girl who was stuck in an unfortunate, cruel world and strived to escape…