Five Books for Men and Women
Although a reader, I haven’t read any of these. I’m starting with, “The Remains of the Day.” What five books do you consider must-reads?
This week’s musing asks:
What do you think are the top 5 books every woman should read? (And for the men who might be playing today: What do you think are the top 5 books every man should read?)
I’m going to answer both. For both men and women books, I make my selections based on two assumptions: (a) fiction only; (b) subject matters pertaining to the respective gender only. In addition, I’m not picking any Jane Austen because there will be no shortage of her books among bloggers’ choices.
The Hand That First Held Mine Maggie O’Farrell. It’s one of the most memorable book because it shows how fate entwines an ordinary woman to people who forever antagonize her. It explores what it means to have a career and sustain parenthood for a single mother whose scope in life is ahead of her time. It also afford…
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