erika_on_literature t1_jcesxoy wrote

Yes, +1 to The Penelopiad recommendation. Also, I'm reading "A Thousand Ships" by Natalie Haynes right now, which looks promising to me. It retells the story of Troy from the perspective of different women of that period.

I'm also curious about "Daughters of Sparta" which is also a retelling of the same story but from Helen and Klytemnestra. But I haven't read it yet