Much ado about nothing.
To be on my pro-life vampire list, please ping. . .
Isn’t it the case thought that modern feminists do view children and pregnancy as soul/health/time - sucking vampires. Given that, she is using the character’s pregnancy as a sort of mirror held up to society.
It’s one thing to fight for the “right” to have an abortion (and I can debate that topic all day), but to actively cheer it on is a mental illness.
Well, I’m afraid I’m not capable of judging vampire stories written for teenage girls. But I did have a look at Amazon, and it’s clear that the last novel in the series was polarizing. There are a lot of one star reviews and a lot of five star reviews.
I get the impression that the feminists and the pro-aborts are weighing in on it with all the one-star reviews. It’s war between more traditional girls who like romance and a happy ending, and future members of NOW who hate the idea of marriage and pregnancy.
Just my impression. I still have ZERO desire to read the books.
My 13 year old has read the first two and is in the middle of the third. However, I’ve been told (by a mom who has read it) not to get the 4th book for her as it has quite descriptive sex in it. I really don’t need my daughter reading that - even if it is in the context of marriage.