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If the Bible and the Quran have remained untouched for centuries, other novels have quickly made a place in the ranking, and this is just a few years. Likewise, there are many classics of literature. The classification below is based, in part, on a document published by the English site Lovereading.co.uk. This infographic (“The most […]
Written by Lynn Sherr, an ABC reporter who wrote the detailed account of Sally Ride’s biography, the book depicts how the first American woman went to space and the things she had faced for making history and inspiring millions of women.
Authored by Helen Castor, the powerful and quite compelling novel narrated the incidents of women in power during the early periods of England had to face, from the point of view of six different women.
Sisters in law
Sisters in law written by Linda Hirshman is an eye-opening dual biography about the first two Supreme Court Justices, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The book narrates about the gender discrimination they had to push through in order to gain significance the male-dominated profession and rewrite history.
Stacy Schiff has created a true tribute to the infamous Cleopatra who has been noted down for all the wrong reasons and intentions in history rather than her clear and true intentions. The author after sufficient research has created the novel depicting only true facts about the Queen rather than typical misconceptions.
My Fight/ Your Fight
Written by the critically acclaimed toughest woman on earth, Ronda Rousey entails the situations and accounts of her darkest times and obstacles she had to overcome to reach the position she is in today, Olympian, MMA champion and Hollywood star.
A pleasurable and moving memoir written by one of the most prominent woman figures in U.S history, Madeleine Albright, the riveting book depicts her accounts of work and life she had to endure to achieve the first American woman Madam Secretary position on both of Bill Clinton’s presidential terms.
The Good Earth
The author Pearl S. Buck is the first American woman to be awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize award for literature. The Good Earth novel written by her is credited with the Pulitzer Prize as well. The book is based on the tales encountered by a Chinese couple during the early phases of the 20th century.
Life in Motion
The self-memoir of Misty Copeland entails the hardship of life she had to face at such an early age to become the first African American woman to play a lead role in the credible American Ballet theatre.
Written by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, the novel is about the true stories of Ashley White who was among the few women listed in the Army to carry out special operation missions. The thrilling and powerful book entails how Ashley and her teammates were assigned to gain information about insurgents from building bonds with their mothers, sisters, and daughters.
Credible and renowned music writer David Ritz, in this novel, manages to capture everything about the Queen of soul, Aretha Franklin from her early days to the days that made her everything and to the point where she was the first woman to be indicted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
My Beloved World
Written by the main protagonist Sonia Sotomayor, the novel is a powerful account of how believing in yourself and keeping faith despite hard times in life, can lead to wonders in life. Sonia Sotomayor is the third and first Hispanic woman to be appointed to the U.S Supreme Court.
I Am Malala
The remarkable true memoir of Malala Yousafzai entails her will power and courage for failing to be silenced on her right to education and the attack she overcame carried out by the Taliban. The memoir is written by none other than herself.