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  1. Roman Clodia Roman Clodia says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBWhat a wonderfully provocative and stimulating book this is There’s a danger than novels based around ‘issues’ can lose their creative edge that thing that makes them an act of storytelling rather than polemic but Chadwick doesn’t fall into that trap She also doesn’t tie up all the ends so that difficult issues remain problematic open to discussion rather than being closed down in a narrow minded fashion Indeed the book has little time for the aggressively easy answers being put forward by the Tory politician the tabloid newspapers and the less salubrious side of social media where any woman who steps out of line is t


  2. Lou Lou says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBAs soon as I discovered 'XX' I knew it was my type of book Provocative controversial and thought provoking this is a timely and topical tale that addresses many of the issues that are playing out at the moment such as the me too movement where women are no longer afraid to call out men's behaviour The central concept of the story is that due to recent medic


  3. Eric Anderson Eric Anderson says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBThere’s an interesting tradition of feminist utopian novels which speculate about futures or alternative societies that feature populations dominated by or entirely composed of women These range from Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “Herland Trilogy” to Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s witty parody “Sultana’s Dream” to Marge Piercy’s science fiction classic “Woman on the Edge of Time” to Mary E Bradley’s “Mizora” where women can reproduce through parthenogenesis reproduction from an ovum without fertilization These imaginative works radically envision places where men are of secondary importance or become entirely irrelevant These idealistic visions offer a breath of fresh air and a welcome counter reality to the patriarchy which has dominated society for centuries Given enormous recent advances in science it’s not hard to imagine the prospect of a technology whic


  4. Laura Laura says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBWow I hated this view spoilerFirst off someone please tell this author that bisexual and pansexual women trans men and non binary people exist not just lesbians and its not just lesbian women who want to have a baby together Next the characters were the absolute worst I hated Jules and her passiveness and Rosie dragged on my nerves Anthony was annoying Rosie's parents boring and Jules' boss was a stereotypical homophobic misogynist who literally cannot treat his staff members the way he did like there are laws against the stuff he said and did and he 100% would have been fired in real life But the main thing that continually pissed me off during the whole book IN WHAT UNIVERSE DO TWO UEER WOMEN NOT HAVE


  5. SueLucie SueLucie says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBA taut focused story of two women joining a medical trial of a new fertilisation treatment to create a baby necessarily female hence the title XX without the need for a sperm donor They are a lesbi


  6. Sarah Sarah says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBsigh 25 rounded down review to follow


  7. Julie Cohen Julie Cohen says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBFantastic—completely topical utterly believable and that rare thing an issue driven book that feels like a story not an issue


  8. Joko Joko says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBBased on the description I thought the story would be bigger? It focused on such a narrow point and although the admittedly interesting plot could be completely covered in one A4 page it dragged on for 300 snail paced overly sentimental pages


  9. Callum McLaughlin Callum McLaughlin says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUB XX follows Jules and Rosie as they become the world’s first participants in a new clinical trial that will allow two women to conceive a child using ovum to ovum fertilisation Hailed by some as a breakthrough for ueer couples others see it as a catalyst for a vast population shift – as given the genetics involved the techniue can only produce baby girls Set against a backdrop of fierce political backlash and media scaremongering the couple must contend with a tirade of hatred paranoia and betrayal alongside the usual fears that come with looming parenthoodThis is the best kind of speculative fiction in that the scientific elements of the story feel only just out of reach The political and social landscape could have been lifted from today’s newspapers; the breakthrough in fertility treatment one that may well be on the horizon It makes the book’s musings on the morality involved in science versus nature and the role of the media in shaping the public’s perception all the


  10. Heather Heather says:

    Epub XX ePUB Õ Ç alternate history.co Ç XX PDF/EPUBReally loved this book Read in two sittings only because I had to physically leave the place I started reading it XX is an exploration of today's climate at large and down to the everyday moments shared between couples shown through the scientific advancement that would allow two women to biologically conceive their own children Gripping great book


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