You Review: We need 10 MP!ers to review ‘Chopstix’ by A.T. Raydan

We’ve seen superheroes with a whole range of different weapons, from lassos, bows and claws to hammers, but it’s not often you see a college girl come crime fighter take down bad guys with a pair of chopsticks.

Wendy Wu is a normal girl who has just enrolled in college with big plans on being a lawyer. For now though, she’s working in her parents’ Chinese restaurant, making chopsticks and greeting customers – and definitely not flirting with Andre, the cutie with an English accent.

That is until the unthinkable happens and her small world comes undone. Wendy is then forced to make decisions that she never thought she’d have to, taking up her chopsticks to “serve justice”, as she puts it.

If A.T. Raydan’s story of a kick ass heroine is something you might enjoy, then we at MP! would love to send you a copy for review. You get to read it free of charge and then have your thoughts on the book published on Maximum Pop!. Just fill in our online form for a chance of being picked!

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Written by Laura Fulton

Book Channel Editor at MaxPop! Have a thing for the sea and pretty paperbacks. Saved by amazing grace.

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