Sisters of the Snake [BOOK REVIEW]

Sisters of the Snake by Sasha Nanua


A lost princess. A dark puppet master. And a race against time—before all is lost.

Princess Rani longs for a chance to escape her gilded cage and prove herself. Ria is a street urchin, stealing just to keep herself alive.

When these two lives collide, everything turns on its head: because Ria and Rani, orphan and royal, are unmistakably identical.

A deal is struck to switch places—but danger lurks in both worlds, and to save their home, thief and princess must work together. Or watch it all fall into ruin.

Deadly magic, hidden temples, and dark prophecies: Sisters of the Snake is an action-packed, immersive fantasy that will thrill fans of The Crown’s Game and The Tiger at Midnight.


Sisters of The Snake is a retelling of The Prince and The Pauper. The store is told from two perspectives : Rani, the princess and Riya, the thief. The moment I read the blurb, I was sure that this is going to be one of the most anticipated young adult fantasy novels of 2021 and I loveddddd ittttt ❤️❤️❤️❤️ that’s all about the story 🤐 because I want you to all to read the book.

I was very well able to relate with both the main characters. For me the plot and world building were so solid. I am not really into young adult novels but this book was amazing and creative and immersive and unique. The interesting thing about the book was that both the characters were identical. And I personally enjoy books that have identical characters. As soon as I finished this book, I called my best friend to tell how amazing the book was and I was able to convince her to read it as well. If you are someone who loves to read cultural fantasy then this book is for you. Although it was a re-telling, I was still not bored but I felt that the plot was quite predictable. I recommend this book to all the readers who love to read fantasy novels.