Writers, theologians, professors and historians have often said history is a list or a study in surprises. What’s not surprising is that history is recorded by men. Men have told the story of humankind for thousands of years… men have told the story of women.
“But when women are the storytellers,” as Elizabeth Lesser writes, “the human story changes.” In her book, Cassandra Speaks, the NY Times best-selling author asks:
What if Eve told her version of the apple picking in the garden of Eden?
What if? What do you think Eve would have to say about it?