Wild Hope

This is not normally a book I would pick up from the shelves unprovoked. In this case, its author is someone I went to infant school with but with whom I have since lost touch. 

It’s a book exploring the waves made by the Roe vs Wade decision in the context of the world her mother faced during the late 70s. A good example of the cyclical nature of history and all the warnings that humanity seemingly fails to heed with alarming regularity. A good insight for me into how such passionate feminism can develop. Poignant, well written and timely. 

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