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548 pages, Paperback
First published October 1, 2002
"You see," I say, when she winces, "you cannot hurt me as much as I can hurt myself."
✰ sapphic readathon ✰
Happy Pride Month! In celebration, I will be reading a bunch of F/F books. Because M/M books dominate LGBTQ+ literature. It's effortless to find a good M/M book, but finding a good F/F one is more of a challenge. I keep seeing the same five books popping up in every list. I'm a member of a group that had a themed book of the month a while back. The theme was LGBTQ+ literature. And all the options on the poll were M/M. There were maybe ten to twelve of them. I was angry. So I'm on a mission to find more books with sapphic characters, because only having one type of rep is not really rep at all.
Book 1: Fingersmith: ★★★★★
Book 2: The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea: ★★☆☆☆
Book 3: Traitors of the Black Crown: (currently reading)