Certainly, with greatness comes oddness, so most women who were considered great are referenced in this book, but also some that are not so famous. Sometimes the book simply discusses oddness by itself and sometimes the book provides controversy. Here is a little bit to get you going. -Who was Adam’s first wife? Eve was his second wife.-Who was the first named female Genetic Engineer?-Who made the first missile? She was not German.-How many times did Noah build his boat? More than once.-What happened to Moses’ adoptive mom? Scythians were involved.-Who was the father of Cain? Possibly not who you think.-Where did Pharaoh Tutankhamen’s sister go? As a hint; they named Scotland after her.-Why did they burn Joan of Arc? You got it wrong again.-Who used Cyrus the Great’s head as a drinking cup?-Who killed over 600 girls so she could take an exotic bath? Hint- her cousin was Vlad Dracula and she lived near Transylvania.-What was odd about Poppaea, Nero’s last wife?-Who was Mother Shipton and what did she see?-Why did Queen Isabella give Columbus Ships?-Which Cleopatra had 2 of her husbands killed before they reached puberty? With that let me say, there are many new things to learn as you read this book. As the modern times have so very many outlets for answers, this book concentrates on ancient times up until about 200 years ago.