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A Tale from All My Sisters-bookcover

By: Aryah

A Tale from All My Sisters

Pages: 198 Ratings: 5.0
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The seventy-two individual short stories in the book are based on the tales of seventy-two real women. 

These tales are a reflection of the diverse lives and dilemmas that many women all over the world today face, and the inner strength that women can have to overcome adversity. 

The book begins with a story of a woman who leaves everything she has behind and takes the leap of faith in moving to England in the early 1960s. It then follows different women, covering issues such as homelessness, cancer, adoption, death, motherhood and transgender. It highlights the reality that age, race, religion and class are not the only difficulties that women all over the world encounter.

Aryah has been writing books since the age of fourteen when her school librarian challenged her to write the type of story she was looking for. Nine years later, she is still writing stories whilst working in a primary school in her home city of London. When she isn’t writing, reading or watching more TV than she probably should, she is baking cakes, buying things she doesn’t need and spending time with her family.

Customer Reviews
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  • booksandmusicnerd312

    This ARC is a compilation of 72 stories from women all around the world. These stories are heartwarming, inspiring, heartbreaking and triggering (keep this in mind before you read⚠️). I’ll be honest, some of these stories were hard to read. For the bravery exhibited in each of these stories, I am giving it 5 stars.

    It’s difficult to read about sensitive topics sometimes, but nonetheless, these stories need to be told. I’m happy that these women wrote about their lives and were able to express themselves in this book. We all want to be loved, happy and have a roof over our heads. These I feel, are basic needs for everyone, regardless of gender, culture, religion, etc.

  • i.p.lani.jaya

    Short stories from girls and women around the world from all walks of life that overcome challenges. Some very raw, some not as heavy, real experiences that open your eyes to the world of remarkable women.

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