A Steamy Update on a Shakespearean Classic

It was a frothy and fun novel, and yet Williams also managed to make it feel less like cotton candy (absolutely no redeeming nutritional value) and more like kettle corn (it’s junk food, yes, but I can make the argument that it’s “healthy” junk food).

Chronic illness is not sexy. It does not make you stronger. Williams does not pretend that it is or that it does.

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Wynter K Miller is an editor and writer in California. @wynterkm

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