Timely read during these years of marches, protests, and injustice. Sad, inspiring, funny, and educational!
I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I really enjoyed it. It’s far from my usual genre, which was the point; it took me a little under two weeks to finish with my only reading time being before bed, and I was happy to keep coming back to it. I did the free sample on Apple Books, and when my free part was up, I was into it enough to buy, and it was a good purchase.
Great feminist fiction which points to how far we’ve come and yet how far we still have to go. The story took a bit to engage me but then it all came together. SPOILER ALERT: Loved Cory Pinto and that the most genuine feminist in the story who really walked the walk and did so unknowingly and simply because it was the right thing to do, was male.
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A fabulous read. Wonderful writing, so perceptive and wise, and great characters. Highly recommended.
I enjoyed this book so much. Watching the trajectory from the 1960’s to the present was fascinating. I liked the characters with their imperfections and their beauty. And, of course, the not so subtle references to our current Washington group NAILED IT. Thank you Meg. And I will continue to push myself to use my “Outside Voice.”
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