Art is largely regarded as subjective in nature. Through its subjectivity, it has been forged into a tool, utilized in the representation of our universe’s multiple realities. It exemplifies the variation of personal experience...art has the capacity to not only transcend emotions responsive to social conditions, but also the individual opinions of artists and the smaller communities they represent.
Carry On is a love story, a ghost story, a family story, and a story of history. All together to be one pretty damn fantastic novel. And if you’re looking for an intro to queer YA fiction, you’ve found it.