Saint Death's Daughter (2022, Rebellion) 4 stars

Fun, froofy and glorious: a coming-of-age story in a new trilogy from World Fantasy Award-winning …

In Liriat, there were two modes of ritual habiliment for the high holy fire feast of Midsummer: 'floomping' and 'froofing.' Persons electing 'floomp' followed the sartorial edict to 'turn themselves inside out,' to become their own extravagant opposite-whatever that meant to them. 'Froofers,' on the other hand, strived to reveal, in the intricacy of their outerwear, their fanciest, happiest, most decorated inner self. These two modes were not always, or even often, mutually exclusive.

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