31 Times People Shouted, “YAAS, QUEEN!” While Reading

30. Johanna Hoffman, The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee

I particularly adore Johanna because she is soft and strong, feminine and brilliant, emotional and logical. And when Felicity assumes she’s no longer smart because she enjoys parties and wants a husband, she refutes that. I loved her so much! —liv2read

31. Elizabeth Bennett, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

It’s really cliché, but Elizabeth Bennett truly is my favorite female book character. I absolutely admire how she refuses to adhere to societal norms when they don’t suit her, and her reactions to the ridiculousness around her are priceless. —strangerthanitseems


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