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Hi Greg! Sorry if English is bad, I'm not fluent!
Well, my question is about magic. Why is Jace Beleren so hypocritical? Why can he forgive Vraska so quickly, but not Liliana?
By God, even the slightest contact with Liliana makes him cry about how she deceived and betrayed him. Ah, but it doesn't matter that Vraska did the same thing, after all, he's in love! So cute, isn't it ?!
Oh, please! Very hypocritical! All his crying would be easily silenced if Liliana said she really loved him, but how proud is she to do that? Well, a lot! And that's why Jace is this troubled man!
I can't take it anymore, please arrange things between them in the next books! How can Jace judge Liliana so much when he forgives Vraska? How can he judge her so much when he agrees with this gigantic lie at the end of the Sparks War? Please make him put himself in Liliana's shoes for a moment!
Hm. Well, Jace's feelings for Liliana are extremely complicated, which is something you'll see in both of my War of the Sparks books, but especially the second one. I think it does pay to keep in mind that from Jace's point of view, Liliana seemed to be slaughtering sentients by the hundreds.
But it seems there won't be any third book from me. I was told I was done after the second one.