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Daughters of Eve by Lois Duncan
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Aug 15, 2009

really liked it
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In her chapter on this book in Shelf Discovery, Lizzie Skurnick refers to it as the book that serves as the source of "a large part of [her:] righteous indignation at the crimes of malekind." I think this could have been the book that serves as the source for my mistrusting of feminists. I don't mistrust all feminists, but it took a while for me to call myself one, and, boy, now do I know why.

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message 1: by Trish (new)

Trish Dublin I was in LOVE with Lois Duncan's books when I was growing up. You've inspired me to revisit them.

I think my favorite was Summer of Fear. Gotta love the timeless story of telepathic twins separated at birth.

message 2: by zan (new) - rated it 4 stars

zan I think the telepathic twins separated at birth one is Stranger With My Face? I read that last year when I had a bad cold. Summer of Fear is a little bit more of a single white female plot...

I've been wanting to read Daughters of Eve again for a while now. Kept finding Lois Duncan books on the free shelf at work, but no Daughters of Eve. Finally broke down and bought it. Just as good as I remembered.

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