Let Down Your Hair - Fiona Price

 I am already reading a book that I am not enjoying, so, according to my logic _aka lack of it_ I decided that right now was the perfect time to start reading another book that doesn't have anything to do with what it promised to be!



So instead of a fairy tale retelling I am going to be stuck with a literature fiction "piece" that tries to escape the usual sexism stereotypes...



Because it really doesn't sound like it :/


"Her jaw was square, and her hair was thick and iron-gray, not only on her head, but on the inches of ankle emerging from her pants."


Because one is not a feminist without the appropriate amount of body hair.