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Pudelak has written a faced-paced, thrilling tale of women reclaiming their power. The feminist themes are particularly resonant in our current political climate, and the various Wild Women face a considerable challenge, not just in their religious-fanatic opponents, but in learning to work with and trust each other. I'm looking forward to the rest of the Wild Women series! There's clearly so much more to explore about this world, its history, and its shaping future.
Freyja’s Daughter did not disappoint me. I was sucked in from the very beginning and had a hard time setting the book down. The story line is amazing and I love that this book is different from anything else I have ever read. I am in love with all of the fierce Wild Women in this book and can’t wait to get my hands on the next thing Rachel Pudelek writes!!! Her stories are the kind that stick with you and you just love to read again and again.
Follow the protagonist through her self discovery as she finds her place in the world and beyond. A must read for anyone sick and tired of reading the same stories about “strong” women. Trust me, you’re getting that and then some.