Blogging for Books sent me an uncorrected proof of Liz Curtis Higgsâ€™ upcoming book, The Women of Easter, in return for my honest review. I had just finished reading her book, The Women of Christmas, during the holiday season â€” something I have done for the past three years. That book has illuminated the Christmas season for me each time I have read it, so I was excited to have a book that I could read during the Easter holidays now too. The only Christian book that I anticipated this much last year was Sarah Youngâ€™s Jesus Always devotional. Higgs writes about the roles that the three Marys â€” Mary of Bethany, Mary of Nazareth, and Mary Magdalene â€” played in the biblical events of Easter. Mary of Bethany anointed Jesusâ€™s feet with perfume, symbolically preparing him for his burial to come. His mother stood by as he was crucified, and Mary Magdalene showed her devotion to her teacher and savior as well.Even though Easter probably isnâ€™t on your radar just yet this year, I recommend this well-researched book for that season.