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What the community says about Witches, Princesses, and Women at Arms
- "This book epitomizes adventure books with lesbians. It's a story collection by Sacchi Green, all featuring lesbians, and all featuring some adventure/fantasy plot or another. I can't think of another book better suited to this category...or for that matter another book quite like it. "
- "I would have to say that this is not a book for me. While I think that it is a good book for fantasy and if you are a lesbian I am not a lesbian and it just doesn't resonate with me. I like the adventure in the book though and would recommend it to any friends of mine who are lesbians."
- "I don't like retelling of the already known and well established stories in a different way to make them more politically correct and make them more diverse, instead I always promote to create new stories with different kinds of minorities as leading characters not for the sake of simply shoving them in the story but rather implementing them in the narrative in an organic way. This book is an adaptation of old fairy tales but with lesbian characters are leading this time which happens to seem very sloppy and of almost no substance. "
- "While this is, indeed, an excellent book regarding the subject matter of "lesbians," it's possible that the best book about lesbians might not be an erotic novel. Perhaps the reader is looking for a more nuanced understanding of the lesbian experience, rather than a collection of erotic fantasy. As a heterosexual, I would not be very interested in lesbian erotica, while I might really like to read a novel about lesbians. "