anonymous asked:

I got a book recommendation I saw in a store: It's called The Perils of "Privilege" by Phoebe Maltz Bovy. I haven't read it but apparently it's all about how privilege has become a buzzword that is hurting rather than helping the discourse around social justice!

Sounds like a good read. I’ll have to remember it.


I love that this is where Phoebe jumps to. Phoebe was the first sister to discover Leo’s identity; to discover the existence of guardian angels in the first place. Phoebe, the one of optimism and faith, would of course immediately think someone else is watching over them.

And, in a way, Cole *does* become her guardian angel (at least for a while), then returns to that role after his death.

Everything about Cole’s identity in Phoebe’s future flows into this one line of dialogue, and it’s great.

Meanwhile Leo is his usual wealth of information.