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

3.0

3 stars

This anthology taught me about women that I had never heard of before, so I’m very grateful for that. Ranging throughout history and encompassing a variety of different sectors, the book highlighted the achievements of many different powerful women.

The writing style wasn’t to my personal taste. It was full of cliches and text abbreviations, where I would have preferred a more subtle and less ‘in your face’ one. Despite having this younger writing style, it talked about mature topics explicitly- I felt as if the content didn’t quite fit the vibe of the writing.

I enjoyed learning about women both well-known and not so well-known, of different nationalities, races and sexualities. I recommend if you want an easy and informative read.