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Someday My Prince Won't Come

3.6  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
A collection of seven short stories focusing on the many aspects of growing up female in the modern world.
Published by Piccadilly Press
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Laura Morrigan
This isn't my usual style, but I really enjoyed it! Concise and easy to read at just 104 pages, it is a collection of stories for young women, with a feminist focus. They look at things like not just magically falling in love, the reality of life.

The stories were all well written, and some were quite poignant. While I was lucky enough not be able to identify with most of them, they felt really real. I liked the issues they dealt with. I was especially pleased with the way they dealt with the le
Caroline Bennett
Mar 24, 2016 Caroline Bennett rated it really liked it
I remember rereading this when I was sixteen when I was nervous before going on a date. I remembered that it made me feel like having a boyfriend might not be the most important thing in the world. Yay for feminism! (It was a crap date by the way, he kicked me in the shin).

Looking at my copy, I found that the contents page is wrong, and that my mother has helpfully corrected it. Which means she must have read it too.
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