Wolfpack (Book Review)

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I received a signed ARC of Wolfpack at the Be the Change event hosted at my university this past Friday. If you read my interview last week, you’ll know that that’s also where I got a chance to meet Elaine Welteroth. This week has truly been remarkable.

After I finished Wolfpack, I took a few pictures for my bookstagram:

I devoured Wolfpack in a matter of two days, taking breaks when I resonated with something so fully, I’d need a moment to let it settle. My copy of Wolfpack is littered with highlighted portions and pencil marks. I feel like it’s one of those books I’ll constantly pick up when I need to remember that I’m on the right path.

Wolfpack is a call to action for women everywhere to let go of the old fairytales, and rewrite our own. It’s a book for the burgeoning activist and rising professional. It’s a book for the inter-sectional feminist, for those who demand equality and equity. This is a book for the women of the now and the women of the future.

Have you read Wolfpack?

Do you plan on adding it to your collection?

What are you currently reading?

Let me know in the comments, let’s chat!

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