Sorry, this is my first post, so try to go easy on me.
I’ve read a lot of articles (and books for that matter) that say that a lot of men can’t write women in a realistic way, and I agree almost wholly (from what I’ve read). So I want to know those that you’ve liked! I usually read feminine-centric stuff by women, but as a reader it’s hard to escape. I just started rereading “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini, and I’m always astounded at his base understanding of the troubles of womanhood imo. This may be a bad example as it’s about the struggles of women under men, but it’s still beautifully written. I’d love some other opinions on this! Cheers
Edit: hey all, I didn’t know this would get so many comments (I was expecting like 20 at most), and I’m getting really freaked out and anxious so please excuse me if I don’t respond or respond weirdly! I’m doing my best, I swear! Thanks! Sorry!!
Edit again, I guess: apparently made it into front page or something, getting a bit of hate messages, not really sure why. It was just a question about books bros, not that serious. I’m not attacking your manhood by asking about well-written female characters. And thanks to everyone else for interesting opinions and what I will take as great recommendations! Stay kind!
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