A Wolf in Women’s Clothing by Asterisk Five (Book Review #628)

A wolf in women’s clothing is a humorous fiction novel written about Franklin becoming Rosie. The transition isn’t as simple as she thinks. Kids at school bully her, insults come swaying from every corner, and her situation is deemed as “dysphoria.”

As a concerned mother, Rosie’s mom, Asterisk attempts to make her life a little easier by befriending Vivian, another transgender woman who appears to have a better take on the situation. As things get complicated, the story takes an exciting turn, and Asterisk finds herself in a pickle.

 

I found the literature filled with emotions, drama, and plenty of contemplations. The book isn’t just focused on one person, and that made the fictional story to be quiet an adventurous read. The pace of the story kept steady, and I admired a mother’s attempt, accepting, and trying to make her daughter’s life easier.

 

I recommend this book to people who are going through the same transitioning and like to read LGBTQ literature.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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