Her Rebel Highness (Daughters of the Dynasty) (Hardcover)

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Her Rebel Highness (Daughters of the Dynasty) (Hardcover)

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An epic story of love and betrayal set against the backdrop of the Tiananmen Square protests, Her Rebel Highness continues Diana Ma’s Daughter of the Dynasty series.
 
In Heiress Apparently, Gemma Huang’s big acting break led her to Beijing, where she uncovered an incredible family secret. This second novel delves further into Gemma’s complex and storied legacy, moving back one generation to tell the story of Gemma’s mother, Lei, as she finds love against the backdrop of 1980s China and the Tiananmen Square protests and makes a difficult decision that forever alters the course of her life.
 
“The interactions between the sisters and their friends are fast-paced and build suspense in both the personal realm and the more serious historical aspect . . . A compelling novel that covers an important time in Chinese history while also giving readers an enjoyable teen romance.” —School Library Journal (Starred Review)
 
Daughters of the Dynasty series:
Heiress Apparently
Her Rebel Highness
 
Diana Ma is a Chinese American author who holds a BA in creative writing from the University of Washington and an MA in English with a creative writing focus from the University of Illinois, Chicago. She lives in a suburb of Seattle.
Product Details ISBN: 9781419749988
ISBN-10: 1419749986
Publisher: Amulet Books
Publication Date: March 29th, 2022
Pages: 304
Language: English
Series: Daughters of the Dynasty
"Details concerning Wu Zetian, the Cultural Revolution, and the 1989 protests are smoothly woven into the narrative, providing essential context. . .Immersive and rousing." 
— Kirkus Reviews

**STARRED REVIEW**
"The interactions between the sisters and their friends are fast-paced and build suspense in both the personal realm and the more serious historical aspect. . . A compelling novel that covers an important time in Chinese history while also giving readers an enjoyable teen romance." 
— School Library Journal