Day 30 – Your favourite genre novel of all time
Seriously? You still need to ask? It’s a Lackey, but it’s probably not the one you’re expecting; it’s Arrow’s Flight, the second book in the Heralds of Valdemar trilogy about Talia. This is the book where Talia truly has to come into her own. She has to deal with her gift gone rogue, but most importantly she has to deal with her own demons and insecurities. She manages to do so and comes out on top, but not without a lot of hard work and soul searching. For many reasons this book resonated with me when I was a teen, but also when I was in my twenties and now I’m in my thirties and the book still has a lot of meaning. In a very different way than when I was fifteen, but just as powerfully.
Well, that’s it! 30 days of genre wrapped up. That went by fast, but it was great fun, even though I’ve learned I’m not made to blog each and every day. I hope you enjoyed reading these posts as much as I enjoyed thinking about the questions!