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Saturday, August 10, 2019

Review: Roar - Cecelia Ahern



Roar

Review: Roar - Cecelia Ahern - April 2019
When I saw that Cecelia Ahern had released a new book, it went automatically on to my reading list as I have always been a fan of her books whether it be her adult romance or her YA dystopian.  I wasn't 100% sure what to expect from Roar except that it would be a collection of short stories. I have to admit it was a weird collection of short stories but they each had a common thread of feminism and being about strong woman or women that needed to recognize their own strength to make themselves worthwhile. Roar is a reminder to woman to unleash their own powerful Roar and to stand up for themselves in the world as if you won't stand up for yourself then no-one else will and like one of the stories tells us if we don't use our voices, then we will become invisible to the world and become a doormat. This is a shorter review as I always find it hard to write reviews based on short story collections. But will finish on this quote "I am Woman, Hear Me ROAR".




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