A few weekends ago, I read both Bitterblue and The Girl of Fire and Thorns — two terrific YA fantasy novels — and I was struck by how far YA fantasy has come over the past several decades from a feminist perspective. Specifically, I was thinking about the books that I read 20 years ago [...]
What a terrible post title, huh? But descriptive! While I was at BEA, I got an email from the library saying that a book I had on hold had come in. Figures, right? Just when I’m drowning in books, more arrive.
The book that had arrived was Eona by Alison Goodman. I loved [...]
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