When I was a kid, I remember all the love triangles being between some jerk who was also the antagonist and the good guy who would win the girl in the end if the girl was the peak. 666 more words
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In just about every YA novel you read, and sometimes in the Adult genre as well, there’s a love triangle. Let me define love triangle as something that occurs between the main character and two different people who are interested in that main character (did I make sense? 617 more words
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Because, although a couple of the world’s spiritual headliners would say there’s nothing paranormal about past lives playing a major part in our current experience of reality, in our culture-at-large the idea is as much fantasy as shifters and dimension jumping. 275 more words
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Condie, Ally. Matched. Dutton/Penguin Putnam, 2010. 384p, $17.99. 978-0525423645.
A perfect society is seemingly the ideal goal to aspire to and this dystopian futuristic debut is set in a society so perfect that all opportunities for chance are eliminated from the citizen’s lives. 246 more words
I know I told myself and you, the small and loyal audience, for those who still take the time to read this blog, of which I am eternally grateful to you for letting me share my thoughts with you from my broken and warped mind, that I would no longer pour energy into this dry well. 4,947 more words
Whether you genuinely enjoy them, are entirely repulsed by them, or enjoy being repulsed by them(?), it seems to me that love triangles are (and will continue to be) a staple of YA literature. 1,302 more words