If you’re looking for the next page-turner that you cannot put down, it’s arrived.

I rarely buy physical books anymore, due to my Location Independent lifestyle, but when I read that Caitlin Moran said that she would read this book every year for the rest of her life, I quickly ordered the hardback.

Three Women is a significant book for all women to read, enjoy, savour and reflect on.

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo is tense, utterly compelling and addictive, and it’s not fiction, it’s all true. Lisa Taddeo is an American journalist who has spent the last eight years documenting these real-life stories.

Three Women is the fragmented story of three women’s (unconnected) relationships with themselves, their mothers, men, other women, society, sex and desire.

While it is American, any woman living in the Western world won’t fail to draw parallels with their own lives, at some stage in these women's stories.

This book reveals some of the most profound, most hidden, aspects of our lives, that we have concealed from ourselves or have not found the vocabulary to voice. It all comes out here. It is the unheard voice of our inner psyche.

You can buy the book from Waterstones here.

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