I WOULD LOVE TO TALK ABOUT MEG THANK YOU. Honestly it breaks my heart seeing her justify her "stepdad's" actions because I did the same thing with my parents at her age. It's like looking in a horrifying mirror. Well done, Rick.
Yes, it’s honestly excellent to see someone write about things like this. Real kids who are reading those books might have gone through the same thing. He’s teaching them that if Meg can be a hero, so can they, and that’s so so important.
I honestly think Meg is one of the strongest characters Rick has ever written. To break out of a situation like that at the tender age of 12 must’ve been so difficult, but she still strives to help Apollo, to save him against her stepfathers wishes.
She’s fierce and incredibly loyal, but of course, she’s still a child as well. Apollo’s protective instincts carry across from the page and settle right into my heart.
Her character arc in the future maybe a bit predictable, unless Rick surprises us with something we don’t expect. I definitely see I final showdown with Nero at some point, I just hope Apollo (and peaches) is by her side to give her strength and support.
I look at my body all the time. I look in the mirror, hoping that suddenly something changes, like that my body decides to drop 15 pounds. Or maybe I’m just hoping for the moment that I start to love me, just the way I am.
I mean, this crazy scary demon monster thing that lives at the bottom of the library and Cassian is super afraid of, could have asked for anything. And when offered the chance to be free, he was like “nah I’m fine here” and the only two things he asked for in Feyre’s bargains were someone to talk to, and a window. That is just so pure, I mean the Bone Carver made her look into the mirror and Bryaxis was like “I just want to see the sky”