Posted Apr 11, 09:31 AM
I don’t know. I read the first two books and they were entertaining enough to get through, but not enough to make me read the third book.
I enjoyed reading two essays by The Last Psychiatrist, in which he or she argues that the first book, at least, is a sexist fairy tale, and not a feminist work, because the protagonist is “robbed of agency”. In the first essay he makes that argument, and in the second one he elaborates more and responds to some critiques.
I think he makes some good points but I’m afraid it would be too easy to pick apart almost any work in this way and declare it sexist.