Well-behaved women don’t make history: difficult women do. Feminism’s success is down to complicated, contradictory, imperfect women, who fought each other as well as fighting for equal rights. Helen Lewis argues that too many of these pioneers have been whitewashed or forgotten in our modern search for feel-good, inspirational heroines. It’s time to reclaim the … Continue reading Difficult Women Review
Last week, I wrote a review for Fight Like a Girl by Clementine Ford, and today I will be reviewing its companion Boys will be Boys. While this book can be read on its own, as it addresses a slightly differently issue than the first book. However, I do advise that you read Fight Like … Continue reading Boys will be Boys Review
The first thing that grabbed me about this book, was actually the postcards at the stand at YALC. After umming and ahhing for a while, I decided to buy this book, and I am so glad that I did. Synopsis Online sensation, fearless feminist heroine and scourge of trolls and misogynists everywhere, Clementine Ford is … Continue reading Fight Like a Girl Review
As exam season is approaching, I have been listening to more audiobooks as I revise. Recently I listened to the Power by Naomi Alderman and thoroughly enjoyed it. Synopsis 'She throws her head back and pushes her chest forward and lets go a huge blast right into the centre of his body. The rivulets and … Continue reading The Power Review
I have read quite a few books since my last wrap up so without further ado let's get into it. Books I've Read Point Blanc by Anthony Horowitz You may remember from last time that I was listening to this book on Borrow Box, and now I have finished it. You can read my review … Continue reading What’s On My Nightstand? February Edition
I share the books I bought this month, and the books I read to get them.