Books That Every Women Should Read (FREE With Audible Trial)

These are the top 3 books that every woman should read at least once in their lifetime.

These are the top 3 books that every woman should read at least once in their lifetime.

Each of these books has its own significance and its own lessons that will help you change your perspective on your life.

The best thing is that you can read these books for free with a free trial of Audible.

This list of the “Top 3 Books that Every Woman Should Read” is compiled from the suggestions of daily readers (especially women) on reading forums.

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Books To Read For Every Women In Her 20s

Books that every women should read
Books that every woman should read

1) How to Be a Woman

The woman i wanted to be
The woman I wanted to be


Caitlin Moran


  • 2011 Galaxy National Book Awards, Book of the Year
  • 2011 Irish Book Award, Listeners’ Choice category, How to Be a Woman
  • 2011 Galaxy National Book Awards, Popular Non-Fiction Book of the Year

What the book is about:

The book “The Women I Wanted to Be” is about the struggle of Caitlin Moran, who is the author of the book.

She basically tells stories about her life, and with the help of those stories, she tries to explain how to be a woman.

She actually wants to make feminism more approachable for every woman and wants to stop perceiving feminists as fanatical anti-male crusaders.

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2) No One Belongs Here More Than You

No one belongs here more than you book review
No one belongs here more than your book review


Miranda July


  • Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award

What the book is about:

This book is a collection of short stories that is called no one belongs here more than you and is written by Miranda July

These sweet and tender stories have an unconventional and unusual component and a time may seem really weird shocking or even frightening but if you are familiar with July’s works of art that will not bother you

I think that Miranda July decided to write something that would make her readers laugh at things that make them heard um it was really touching to read between the lines about love compassion and empathy

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3) I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings


Maya Angelou


  • Literarian Award Recipient

What the book is about:

I read this book for Banned Books Week and oh my gosh I loved it. If you didn’t know this is the autobiography of Maya Angelou and this is actually volume 1.

I believe there are four volumes out and they just chronicle different periods of her life. And this one is basically from birth to about 16 or 17 years old.

This book. Man. Like I’m not really going to do a plot synopsis cause you don’t really need to know much more than it’s a story about Maya Angelou’s life, but the holy cow has she been through a lot.

And even just covering the first like 17 years like… what? She speaks with such openness and honesty and is just really truthful about the things that have happened in her life and the way that they have affected her.

The writing in this book is just so beautiful. I have posted so many quotes from this book onto my Tumblr. It was getting a little bit excessive. But I also don’t apologize for that because I believe that it is completely worth it.

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