“Every time,” he said quietly. “Every time I think I’m missing a piece of me, you give it back.”
There were no words, so she didn’t say any; just turned around in his arms and kissed him on the cheek. He was beautiful under the night sky, the stars shedding their light down over him, gleaming against his hair and eyes and the Herondale ring shining on his finger, a reminder of everything that had been, and everything that would be.
What she means:
Isn't it really interesting how the Kane Chronicles, the only series that Rick wrote that features *only* PoC main characters and in fact barely has white characters at all, is also his least popular, most ignored and forgotten series? Why is it that everyone ignores this series and when they don't they often whitewash the characters Or ignore their heritage? Please give the Kane Chronicles more love, it certainly deserves it, and not only because of the incredibly diverse cast of characters, but because of the terrific story and world.