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Battling Injustice: 16 Women Nobel Peace LaureatesBattling Injustice: 16 Women Nobel Peace Laureates by Supriya Vani

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You know how there are phases in life when you have one problem after the other, and it all seems like everything will crumble? It gets all gloomy and nothing seems to get better. It’s then when you need to be more patient and more persistent.
For me, a similar situation happened with my health. And it’s been many many years, it hasn’t stopped.
School and college went in dealing with it and back then I felt helpless more than pain and discomforts.

It was reading books like Battling Injustice that helped me fight my battle with Auto-immunity and eventually learn how to see silver lining in every situation possible.

This book holds stories of 16 bold and beautiful women, from all over the world, about their struggles and victories. These stories should be read by adults to understand and value life, and as bedtime stories to their children so they can learn and be a better and a kinder future.

Battling Injustice is going to be one of my Go-to books for when I’m low and fatigued. It’s going to be a constant reminder of how a dark tunnel always leads to a brighter side.

I highly recommend this book specially to all the learners, thinkers and seekers!

Thank you Harper Collins for sending this book my way.
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