Reviews

Review – Feminists Don’t Wear Pink

  Publisher: Penguin Format: Hardback Pages: 363 Rating: 4/5   Comprised of fifty different women's anecdotes, poems, essays and musings, Feminists Don't Wear Pink explores the meaning of the word 'feminist'. This includes its connotations and historical reputation as well as its sociological meaning. For years, 'feminist' has been a dirty word, but collections such as this one are… Continue reading Review – Feminists Don’t Wear Pink

Wrap Ups

July Wrap Up 2018

  I read a total of ten books in July - one hardback, seven paperbacks and two e-books. This was an extremely good reading month for me, as I didn't give any of the books I read below a three star rating and I managed to read a lot despite being ill for two weeks… Continue reading July Wrap Up 2018

Reviews

Review – The Power

  Publisher: Penguin Books Format: Paperback Pages: 339 Rating: 4/5   Set in a world where there has been a drastic reversal in gender roles as a new power only women can use completely upturns patriarchy, The Power explores themes of gender and identity at both an individual and a societal level. Tackling topics such as sexual assault, human… Continue reading Review – The Power