Little Deaths by Emma Flint - A thriller discussing the conformity of sexism, morality and the dangers of stereotypical perception. 📖
After several cups of coffee and stress eating; I finally managed to gather my thoughts and write them down in a single post. This is not an easy thriller to read, it is scary and an even harder one to decipher your various feelings and talk about.
Longlisted for Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction 2017, I highly recommend Emma Flint's Little Deaths. It is gripping, shocking and has a very important societal question set deep in its heart. "Little Deaths is Emma Flint’s shocking debut on the biases the society places on a woman, the harm partial perception can cause and the long debate on the objectification of women by not only men but fellow women as well. The story is inspired by a true crime set in 1960’s Queens, New York..." To read the full review, please follow the link in bio. ♥️