A Review of: Giddy Up, Eunice – Because Women Need Each Other

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Funny. Witty. Easy to read and dotted with a southern drawl. I loved this book!

In Giddy Up, Eunice, Sophie Hudson takes a look at the relationships between Mary and Elizabeth, Ruth and Naomi, and Lois and Eunice. Using modern day terminology, she adds anecdotal content to explain how friendships between generational gaps are not only necessary, but also beneficial

She grabs your attention at the first sentence, and from that point—well, hang on to your hat! I nodded, laughed, did a few air high fives, and at one point wanted to shout, “Now giddy on up there, sister!”

Do the women younger than you seem to speak a lingo that’s hard to follow? Do the women older than you seem old-fashioned? Are generational differences keeping you at arms length? Why not crash those generational barriers, tear down those perceived fences, and reach out to others not in your age group? You just might found out they’re not so different from you after all.

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** I received a review copy of this book from B&H Publishing in exchange for my honest opinion.

 

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