She Can Find Her Way is a collection of stories that 24 women have written expressing their feelings on how it is like to travel alone. The stories have been divided into 5 volumes and contain their troubles, fears, and challenges.
What I enjoyed most about this book was the fact that in the world we live in, the notion is that women only face trouble and possible discrimination at work or other public organizations. However, here you realize, that even traveling alone has its own troubles and difficulties if you are a woman. I have to, of course, add that it does not only emphasize on this topic alone. It also provides tricks and provides tips on how to travel better, as women.
The stories, in fact, imply on demonstrating how flexible and lenient women are when it comes to dealing with whatever that gets thrown at them. The literature and writings are in various formats. Some are witty, suspenseful, or even seriously worrying.
I felt that the division and organization between the stories kept each of them to be sweet in their own space and that made the work more enjoyable to read.
I recommend this collection to people that enjoy reading women studies.
Written by Jeyran Main