Been a while since I've participated in these, but a new blog is a great excuse to get back in the habit. Hi to all new followers! ^_^
This week's question:
Not really, but two books came close: Kelley Armstrong's Bitten and Rachel Vincent's Stray. You can learn how I feel at my review blog, but basically, these books depict oppressive societies as the good guys. The lead character of Stray is a woman stuck in a chauvinistic world where she's treated like little more than a sex object, while the wolves in Bitten are oppressive to wolves outside the pack and prone to keeping their secrets through murder. The authors are both savvy enough to recognize the problem and make the bad guys worse, but it's very hard to root in favor of such an uncivilized bunch.