New Review on Tor.com: The Stepsister Scheme

In The Stepsister Scheme, Hines takes three fairytale princesses on a semi-traditional sword and sorcery romp: a small, plucky group of heroes picks their way through a dangerous land fraught with supernatural dangers to achieve the quest objective. The adventure is delightful in a light-hearted fashion: there are magic flying horses and wicked stepsisters, fairy king and queen politics, and reveals of the true pasts and abilities of our three princess, which allow them to play their roles in this journey of rescue.

So who are these princesses, their Disneyland versions often decorating girls’ vivid pink accessories?

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