Review of Women Behaving Courageously

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Review of Women Behaving Courageously

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[Following is an official review of "Women Behaving Courageously" by Ann Andrews.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Women Behaving Courageously is an interesting book by Ann Andrews. Ann is a very energetic writer. She is bold, fearless, and charismatic. She has impressed me, and I believe many other readers will feel the same way after they read this book.

I’d like to describe Women Behaving Courageously as a book filled with several stories of heroes and warriors. These heroes and warriors are the amazing women who have stood up to the inequality and injustice that the greed of men has poisoned society with. Ann shares the story of various women who refused to stand by and watch men treat women unequally and destroy our planet in the name of profit. This book is a reminder of the strength of a woman.

I enjoyed Ann’s energy. She wrote straightforwardly, without adding unnecessary details. Ann is very passionate about most of the things she talks about. For example, when she talks about Trump, you can tell that she means what she’s saying with every atom of truth in her body. Ann also talked about some of her favorite women who have inspired her in one way or the other. I like how uplifting the stories of these women were. The women Ann talked about include Oprah Winfrey, Mitchell Obama, Dame Jane Goodall, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Christine Blasey Ford.

I was surprised when the author mentioned president Buhari’s comment about his wife because I wasn’t expecting to see anything about president Buhari in this book. The book is just under 200 pages, so it wasn’t difficult to read and finish it. Also, I think this book received exceptional editing. However, another round of editing would have prevented the error I spotted. I didn’t hate anything about this book.

I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because I genuinely enjoyed the book and the author’s energy from the first page to the last one. She spoke the truth throughout this book, and I believe more people need to hear this truth. I didn’t rate this book lower because there was nothing to penalize it for. I recommend this book to people over the age of 16 who enjoy advocating for equal women’s rights and love to give women the necessary support they deserve. Also, if you are a woman and you are trying to build your confidence, then this book is filled with stories of bold and great women who will inspire you to be more. If you are interested in politics or you’re an environmental activist, then you might also enjoy this book.

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Post by Wildflowertheorist »

It sounds like an a good collection of stories about strong women behaving courageously. Great and positive review!
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Post by Ruthwriter »

I don't like a book about women. but maybe this could be different.thanks for the review
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Post by damis »

OOf I would love to get my hands on this one. Thanks for the review!
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A good book to recommend to the females I know. I wonder what President Buhari's comment is.
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Post by Peace10 »

I wonder if this book is written by a Nigerian. This sounds like an interesting read. Great review!
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Post by Uwe Neufeld »

For men it is important to know the struggles women face, because of sexism and descrimination. Fine review.
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Post by Richard Azubike »

I love when a woman is bold and I love how the author encourages women to be bold. Good review
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Post by Gift Mazibuko »

Great review and as a women I like everything about this book because its all about women empowerment and learning that your voice matters as a women especially in male-dominated areas, it's a very inspiring book and a must read.
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