Jean McClellan è diventata una donna di poche parole. Ma non per sua scelta. Può pronunciarne solo cento al giorno, non una di più. Anche sua figlia di sei anni porta il braccialetto conta parole, e le è proibito imparare a leggere e a scrivere.
Perché, con il nuovo governo al potere, in America è cambiato tutto.
Jean è solo una dei milioni di donne che, oltre alla voce, hanno dovuto rinunciare al passaporto, al conto in banca, al lavoro. Ma è l’unica che ora ha la possibilità di ribellarsi.
Per se stessa, per sua figlia, per tutte le donne.
[limite di 100 parole raggiunto]
OGNI GIORNO PRONUNCIAMO IN MEDIA 16.000 PAROLE
PAROLE CHE USIAMO PER LAVORARE
PER CHIACCHIERARE CON GLI AMICI
PER ESPRIMERE LA NOSTRA OPINIONE
MA, SE NON FACCIAMO SENTIRE LA NOSTRA VOCE,
CI RIMARRÀ SOLO IL SILENZIO…
- ISBN: 8850256205
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 414
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Ahoy there me mateys! I received this sci-fi dystopian eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. So here be me honest musings . . . So I seem to be in the minority again. This book irked me. The premise is that a misogynistic bunch of males has taken over the government and women have Leggi tutto
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