Tapestry review July 8, 2010

I read this for the first time today and went, “Yes, yes, yes, yes.” Link here. My favorite part:

Suki is neither a Mary Sue, nor an anti-hero. She’s classist, sexist, heterosexist, racist, ageist, and probably a bunch of other -ists, and utterly sympathetic. She’s human, and building her life in the ways she has been taught and the ways circumstances provide her. She is very much a product of civilization.

My favorite parts of her journal occur when she’s being an utter hypocrite.