Utilize our search toolbar promptly if the article lacks audio! Search Now♥
Lessons in Chemistry is a fictional novel. It is written by Bonnie Garmus. She is a novice author and Lessons in Chemistry is her best novel which was published in April 2022. The audio narration of the novel is done by the trio of Miranda Raison, Pandora Sykes, and Bonnie Garmus herself. It proved to be quite a powerful and enjoyable novel.
The story of this novel started with the character of Elizabeth Zott who was a chemist. She was not at all your average woman. She would be the very first person to figure out that there was absolutely no such thing as being an average woman.
But, it was the era of the early 1960s and her male team working at the Hastings Research Institute took a highly unscientific kind of view of equality. But there was one exception of Calvin Evans. She was the brilliant and lonely nominee for Nobel Prize grudge holder who fell in love with her mind and all the things. Those were the true chemistry results.
Life just like science has always been unpredictable. That was the reason that Elizabeth a few years later discovered herself not just as a single mother but also the reluctant star of the most loved cooking show in America which was the Supper at Six. Her unusual approach to cooking proved quite revolutionary. But just with the growth in her followers, everyone was not happy. It turned out that Elizabeth was not touching the women to cook. She was just daring them to alter the status quo.
The book was supposed to be funny but it wasn’t that much. The characters sounded shallow and one-dimensional. It was expected to be a powerful story about women in science but it was not such a case.