“The Power Notebooks” is an interesting book that describes the feminist theory. Katie Roiphe is the author of this great book. Katie Roiphe is an author and journalist writing about feminist issues. She is most known for writing The Morning After, Fear, Feminism as well as The Power Notebooks and has contributed articles to prominent publications. She has a Ph.D. in literature from Princeton University and is the director of the Culture Reporting and Criticism program at New York University. In this book, Katie excavations her own life to find out, discovering hard truths about her role in her own conquest.
“The Story of Channon Rose: Lessons between the Lines” tells the dark time of Channon Rose. Channon Rose explores the brutal childhood memories and bad experiences. It is a very interesting read. Her story made many readers sad and tearful. The writing is what you would expect, so it didn’t take me long to read. This book takes us into her childhood and how traumatizing it was. It almost brought us to tears a couple of times as she goes into details on her abuse from her crazy stepmom and dealing with mental illness. Not only is her story extremely captivating she speaks as if she’s your friend and using her story to let you know things can and will get better.
Channon shares her deepest darkest secrets about her life in this book that she hasn’t even shared with her own family or closest friends. Channon spent much of her childhood in and out of psychiatric hospitals, dealing with drug addiction, she was a child prostitute, she dealt with emotional and physical abuse at home and she struggled with eating disorders. These are just a few of the personal stories she shares in this book.
The “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban” is a biography book of the youngest girl Malala. The author of this biography book is Malala Yousafzai are Christina Lamb. Malala Yousafzai is the educational campaigner from Swat Valley, Pakistan. She often spoke about her family’s fight for girl’s education in her community. In her autobiography, Malala, who stood up for Education and was shot by the Taliban.
She tells not only her own story but that of other people who stood up in their own way for education or against oppression. She argues for the value and power of education over and over again. Education is the most powerful weapon against terrorism. Malala says education is not Eastern and not Western, and she also articulates a place for women’s right in the Muslim world.
The “Sontag: Her Life and Work” is a wonderful memoir book. Benjamin Moser is the author of this biography book. Benjamin was born in Houston. He writes numerous books, including Why This World: A Biography of Clarice Lispector. He received Brazil’s first State prize for Cultural Diplomacy. His books engage all the reader from start to end of the page. He has published translations from French, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese. In this book, the author reveals the biography of a young girl. She is a pretty and genius girl and became a proud symbol of cosmopolitanism.
Sontag idolized her beautiful moody, temperamental mother Mildred. Her mother failed to share the details of Sontag’s father’s death with Sontag for several months and seemed to want his memory erased from the family history. When Sontag was just 17 years old, she married 28-year-old sociology instructor Philip Rieff. Sontag was writing about Vietnam during her stay in Hanoi in the 1960s, she was always one step ahead of her time. She was there when the Berlin wall calms down in Vietnam under American Bombardment. To know about more what happened after this with Sontag, then read this wonderful memoir book. In short, Sontag is a beautiful biography book.
“The Magical Language of Others: A Memoir” is a powerfully poignant collection of letters that is woven into a beautiful tale of love. This book is written by E. J. Koh. Koh is a great writer and her poems, translations, and stories have appeared in Boston Review, Columbia Review, Southeast Review, World Literature Today, TriQuarterly, Narrative, The Margins, PEN America, and elsewhere. This book is a powerfully poignant collection of letters that is woven into a beautiful tale of love.
Though her mother uses loving language in her letters, EJ Koh remains true to her own voice and shows us her perspective and the painful side of growing up without the everyday support and physical presence of her parents. It will undoubtedly touch common elements in each reader’s experience, while at the same time providing a poignant context of one woman’s (and one family’s) history, experience, love and compassion. It is poetry that helps E. J. Koh to reorient herself.
“I Am These Truths: A Memoir of Identity, Justice, and Living Between Worlds” is a memoir and leadership book that discusses the journey of life of Sunny from a shy and poor kid to Assistant U.S. Attorney. This fantastic book is written by Sunny Hostin and Ms. Charisse Jones. They are the Emmy award winner and worked as a legal journalist and have written a lot of famous books like Summer on the Bluffs etc. In this book, the author guides us to have an idea and exemplary journey of life and here he uses the meanings of a commonly used quote that it’s not your fault if you are born poor but if you die poor then it’s your fault.
So, in a very simple and fascinating manner author tells us that you can do each and everything which you want to do and don’t wait for an opportunity to prove yourself able rather create the opportunities for yourself. The books make us understand that don’t look at your background and never allow your fear to overcome your dreams and aims in life. In summary, the book is full of motivation, humor, guide, and interest for the readers who want to make their own identity in life.