Tag Archive: feminism

What I read in april

Scarlett Epstein hates it here by Anna Breslaw I loved this book so much! Smart, funny, feminist as fuck and with wonderful characters. Not only Scarlett although she is my favorite and I… Continue reading

Sorcerer to the crown by Zen Cho

  Set in an alternate Victorian-era England Sorcerer to the crown follows Zacharias a freed slave who was adopted as a young boy and brought to England where he now holds the position of… Continue reading

Only ever yours – Louise O´Neill

  A woman can have three roles; a wife, a whore or a teacher. If you are one of the lucky ones who gets chosen to be a wife your purpose is clear,… Continue reading

Glory O´Briens history of the future – A.S King

  I´ve always loved A.S King, in my opinion she´s one of the greats. I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of “Glory” at BEA in 2014 (and get it signed!).… Continue reading