Book Review: Little Women by Louise May Alcott


This is a classical novel. Finally right? This is one of the few classic novels that I have read and love, and understand that I’m not a huge fan of real life issues. This book centers around 4 sisters living in a time of war and poverty. There is love, adventure, family, fear, and death in this book. It doesn’t look like much but once you get into it, you can’t help but fall in love and feel for these sisters.

A small hint of a spoiler if you have not read this book…

Don’t get close to Beth. Or try not to.

The four sisters are: Tomboy Jo, Motherly Meg, Gentle Beth and Delicate Amy. You get the chance to follow them from children to adulthood, where each learn in there own way that family never breaks apart and it’s the one thing you need when everything is going dark.

For those of you who don’t know. This book is also a movie and I can tell you that the movie is just as good as the book. ❤


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