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‘Chopstix’: Death, Books, and Tea blog gives us a sneaky peak into the villains of Wendy Wu’s story


Superheroes don’t often come in pink. Nor do they often melt over shopping trips and chocolate. But, A.T. Raydan has gifted us Wendy Wu – focused, career-driven and unaware of a big family secret that might just change her life.

Of course, as with any good superhero story, Wendy is plagued by villains, even if she doesn’t know it at the start. The House of Chi is steeped in mystery and history, cutting down anyone who should get in the way of their mission.

Death, Books, and Tea gives us a look into the mindset of the House of Chi, in what could be a blog post from them – if such serious individuals bothered with social media. We would imagine they’d be too busy laughing maniacally and plotting world domination, or something.

Check out it here to find out more about the villains our hero, Wendy, is dealing with – and what way this action-packed book could go.

 

 

 

 

 

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