Friday, May 20, 2016

[from my book journal] Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot

I want to call it “gently feminist”, but that wouldn’t do it justice. The heroine learns that her faults don’t make her worthless, that her silly little hobbies could help her make something of herself, and she learns to stand up for herself both to men and to women. That counts as feminist, imo. I loved the book. Loved it. Loved loved loved. (And history of fashion would be such a kickass major, omg.)

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