Reflection (Twisted Tales, #4) by Elizabeth Lim

Reflection (Twisted Tales, #4)

What if Mulan had to travel to the Underworld?When Captain Shang is mortally wounded by Shan Yu in battle, Mulan must travel to the Underworld, Diyu, in order to save him from certain death. But King Yama, the ruler of Diyu, is not willing to give Shang up easily. With the help of Shang's great lion guardian ShiShi, Mulan must traverse Diyu to find Shang's spirit, face harrowing obstacles, and leave by sunrise--or become King Yama's prisoner fore...

Details Reflection (Twisted Tales, #4)

TitleReflection (Twisted Tales, #4)
Release DateMar 27th, 2018
PublisherDisney Press
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Retellings

Reviews Reflection (Twisted Tales, #4)

  • Luna
    This book follows the journey of Mulan as she travels to the underworld and tries to save her friend Shang from dying.This book picks up around the time the movie left off, and to me it seemed like the author used the movie as an excuse to not provide proficient background nor elaborate on the relationship with Mulan and Shang.The whole book is based on her trying to save her friend from dying, and because the book didn’t build up on their frie...
  • Lindsay
    After Shang is injured by Shan Yu, Mulan travels to Diyu, the Underworld, to try and save him. She encounters Shang’s guardian, Shishi, and they both make it their mission to find Shang and make it back to the top level of the Underworld all within a specific time. If she fails, Shang is trapped in the Underworld forever (his soul will either remain in Diyu, he will be reincarnated or he will ascend to Heaven) and Mulan will transform into a de...
  • Alyssa Schneyman
    I had high hopes for this story because I am obsessed with Disney’s Mulan and happily I found it met my expectations. The premises reminded me of Dante’s Inferno mixed with Divergent and Lord of the Rings. It is written in third person although it takes place from Mulan’s point of view. I enjoyed seeing how Mulan fought to keep her promise and not give up despite the many obstacles placed before her. It felt very true to the spirit of the m...
  • Gabrielle Belisle
    Entertaining, but the writing is an absolute *hot mess.* It's like some sort of weird fanfiction that both copies the movie, and completely tosses out most of it. The attempt at plot is so confusing I can hardly tell what's happening most of the time. Combine Dante's Inferno, Greek mythology, writing that somehow reminds me of something akin to My Immortal, and Mulan... and you get whatever this was.