The novel paints a nostalgic and alarming picture of women’s lives and feminist activism in the ’70s and pays homage to the fearless women, including iconic feminist Anne Summers, who established Australia’s first women’s refuge…I’d give it to any teenage girl as recommended reading.
Suzanne Daniel is an award-winning author, journalist, ethicist and communications consultant who has worked for ABC TV, the Sydney Morning Herald, the United Nations, BBC (London) and in crisis management and social services. She holds a Bachelor of Communications, a Masters of Journalism and was awarded a Vincent Fairfax Fellowship for ethical leadership. For the past twenty years she has served on community, philanthropic and public company boards. Suzanne lives in Sydney with her husband and family.