ARC was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This book comes out on October 4th
Wonder Women is a book about a lot of women who weren’t afraid to demonstrate their intelligence. Women who were creating and discovering things even when they weren’t receiving credit for their work.I think this is a powerful novel that every single person in this world (and others, you know… calling the aliens out there) should read. It’s sad that we don’t hear anything about these women because a lot of men stole the credit of their work. I’m so glad this book exists, and that Quirk Books contacted me because they wanted me to read it and review it.
This is a book every teacher should have in their classrooms for those students who really want to know the truth behind everything; the truth about these women who were involved in STEM even before that term “existed”.
I admire Sam Maggs for all the research she did to make this book a big thing; to share the truth with all of us. I loveeeee the chapter about espionage so much. I like how this book filled me up with courage to do anything I want. Sometimes we feel like shit for stupid things and that’s nothing to all the things these women had to go through.
I finished this book so quickly because I was so interesting with learning more about women I didn’t know were so powerful, and that had a great mind. I wish we had more people like Sam Maggs out there who speak the truth no matter what. You can’t start reading this book thinking it would be boring because it’s history. Trust me, it’s such an amazing book fill with a lot of important information for all of us.
Make sure to grab a copy, read it and then, recommend it to everyone around you… even your dogs. You won’t regret it!