Graceling, Kristin Cashore

After I finished painting banjos for my art class, I picked up Graceling because it was sitting beside me and looked not-emotionally-damaging. I really enjoyed it, and I don’t have a lot to say about it right now (I’m honestly the WORST at these posts). I loved the one bit of unconventionality in it: Katsa, the main character, fairly predictably finds the love-of-her-life right away, but they do not end up married. Nor does either of them have much interest in actually being married. 

Yay young adult fantasy novels! I will always have a passion for young adult literature, and especially for heroic ones. They made up so much of my childhood and adolescence. 

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