There are things mothers shy away from while their daughters are growing up. The daughter ends up learning through experience – or worst does not learn and keeps getting crushed under buses and trains.
Are you a woman? Then there are some things you need to know before you make your next assessment of your life but we are not going to tell you because you might peruse this page and then forget but we will let these books impact on you.
Check out these 3 books you should read before your next birthday.
With or Without You – Domenica Ruta
Genre: A Memoir
Number of Pages: 224 pages
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 1 x 9.2 inches
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Spiegel & Grau
“With or Without You” is the story of Domenica Ruta’s unconventional coming of age—a darkly hilarious chronicle of a misfit ’90s youth and the necessary and painful act of breaking away, and of overcoming her own addictions and demons in the process. In a brilliant stylistic feat, Ruta has written a powerful, inspiring, compulsively readable, and finally redemptive story about loving and leaving.
A haunting, unforgettable mother-daughter story for a new generation.
Stag's Leap – Sharon Olds
Genre: A Poem
Number of Pages: 112 pages
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.6 x 8.7 inches
Publication Year: 2012
Sharon Olds wrote a book of poems that reads like a novel, one in which she learns to revel in the freedom of letting go and moving on, with courage, grace and joy. As she carries us through the seasons when her marriage was ending, Olds opens her heart to the reader, sharing the feeling of invisibility that comes when we are no longer standing in love’s sight; the surprising physical bond that still exists between a couple during parting; the loss of everything from her husband’s smile to the set of his hip; the radical change in her sense of place in the world.
The Interestings – Meg Wolitzer
Number of Pages: 480 pages
Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 1.4 inches
Publication Year: 2013
“The Interestings” helps every woman examine the wacko disconnect between our dreams of who we wanted to become as teenagers—and who we want to become now that we’re grown up and can actually do something about it. This knowing, generous and slyly sly new novel follows a group of teenagers who meet at a summer camp for artsy teens in 1974 and survive as friends through the competitions and realities of growing up.
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