A review by bookbomb
What Would Boudicca Do?: Everyday Problems Solved by History's Most Remarkable Women, by Elizabeth Foley


I really liked the aim of this book, but I hated the way it was written. It felt almost self-conciously 'trying to appeal to millennials'. Still, it busted a few myths about these women I knew about, and was an easy read. Good for people without much time but with noble aims.