Girl, Woman, Other is a powerful and thought-provoking novel by award-winning author Bernardine Evaristo. It tells the story of twelve characters, all of whom are Black British women, and their lives and experiences. The novel follows each character’s journey as they navigate their lives, relationships, and identities. The characters in Girl, Woman, Other are diverse and complex. They range from a young, queer, gender-fluid student to an elderly, retired teacher. Each character is unique and has their own story to tell. The novel explores themes of identity, race, gender, sexuality, and class. It also examines the intersectionality of these issues and how they affect the lives of the characters. The writing in Girl, Woman, Other is beautiful and lyrical. Evaristo’s prose is both poetic and powerful. She captures the nuances of each character’s experience and brings them to life on the page. The novel is both heartbreaking and uplifting, and it will leave readers with a greater understanding of the complexities of identity and the power of human connection. Girl, Woman, Other is an important and timely novel that will stay with readers long after they’ve finished it. It is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of identity and the power of human connection.