The Second Mango review ´ 3

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The Second Mango review ´ 3 ½ [Download] ➼ The Second Mango Author Shira Glassman – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk ueen Shulamit never expected to inherit the throne of the tropical land of Perach so young At twenty grief stricken and fatherless she's also coping with being the only lesbian she knows after her swe ueen Shulamit never expected toMeets Rivka an athletic and assertive warrior from the north who wears a mask and pretends to be a man The Second PDFEPUB or she finds the source of strength she needs so desperately Unfortunately for her Rivka is straight but that's okay Shulamit needs a surrogate big sister just as much as she needs a girlfriend Especially if the warrior'. Wonderfully warm sweet and inviting high fantasy with positive and affirming representation The Second Mango is a fairy tale that tells the truth based on women forming strong friendships and falling in love rescuing each other and themselves and saving the day Special note seeing chronically ill characters being supported believed and loved will always be important It shouldn't be as rare and refreshing as it is but that doesn't change how good it is to see hereThe characters in this book and its continuing series discover many different kinds of strength to fight to rule to have faith in the most frightening of times and faith in oneself They remind us and especially young marginalized readers that we can do the same It can even be fun I've read several of this series out of order not a problem here and they're all easy enjoyable reads that leave you feeling reassured refreshed and brave We need books like this especially now

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Ueen Shulamit never expected to inherit the throne of the tropical land of Perach so young At twenty grief stricken and fatherless she's also coping with being the only lesbian she knows after her sweetheart ran off for an unknown reason Not to mention she's the victim of severe digestive problems that everybody think she's faking When she. DNF 19% no ratingThis just wasn't for me The premise was a little ridiculous and a few casual comments here and there left me feeling icky euating body parts to being one particular gender implying she wouldn't want to be raped by a man because she's a lesbian and not because you know rape is rape Also at some point the MC is cleaning a petrified woman a woman literally made a statue by a sorcerer and she says she doesn't want to clean her breasts because she would enjoy it and that would be wrong Well no shit but why was the comment about enjoying it even necessary It's just weirdly predatory and combined with how desperately she wants to find a woman it made it uncomfortable to read

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The Second MangoS willing to take her around the kingdom on the back of her dragon in search of other women who might be open to same sex romance The real world outside the palace is full of adventure however and the search for a royal girlfriend uickly turns into a rescue mission when they discover a temple full of women turned to stone by an evil sorcere. The Second Mango is sweet and uite silly It doesn't take itself or its characters too seriously at all and the story is sweeter for it the image of a wizard turning himself into a lizard to cling to his lady love's door and woo her at night where no one can see just tickles me and because it's knowingly absurd endears the story to me I love that the possibly obvious plot does not happen nobody switches sexuality by magic and the main characters don't have a big drama between them about it It's a world where same sex partnerships don't seem to be common but for the most part it isn't a major drama either which is uite refreshingI also really like the fact that one of the main characters has food intolerances That's not a disability for lack of a better term meaning here that it's not magical in origin or anything but a physical limitation I've seen much in fiction if at all The mix of cultural backgrounds was interesting too it's not entirely clear where all of the religious background is drawn from but the biggest influence is Judaism Again not something I see muchIt's not some epic deep novel but it's light and fun and it made me smile