Bygone Badass Broads

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In a male dominating society it is very rare to write something in praise of women, and even if it is written then it is not appreciated overall. Mackenzi Lee after producing fictional stuff like The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue and  The Lady’s Guide to Petticoats and Piracy write this amazing book on women power. Talking about fifty plus women in a single go is gigantic and tough thing to handle.

Giving proper time to each of the figures in history equally and then highlighting their efforts that bore fruit for the whole human race was challenging no doubt. The author has collected and compiled material related to their works from historic books and then arranged it. After arrangement the whole work is garnished by the selection of words and way of description.

The arrangement is according to the eras in a systematic order as we move from one legend to the other. The heroic work is highlighted but before that we get a brief description of the personality of the lady. Not long descriptions are made but the short accurate versions are ample to make the audience search for the rest of the history.

The motive is surely fulfilled i.e to remind the people that the legend such as these women really existed in the past and they surely had their impact.

The priority of this book is women legends and that has been the way of Mackenzi, the author selects one topic and then concentrates on it fully without mixing the things up. No man gets any chance to proper in this book anywhere; none has been mentioned even by the writer anywhere.

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