I have been slowly reading Alma Don Sorensen and Valerie Hudson Cassler's book "Women in Eternity, Women of Zion" with my friend, Fara, this past year. Slowly because it is dense and because with this book I am reading every scripture reference cited and every endnote and making notes in margins and crossing out and rewriting as I go. Which means that it has taken me over a year so far.
I have one last chapter to go. It is a well written and thoughtful book. Some things I found enlightening and helpful. Other things seemed simply a good attempt at understanding that I felt fell short or missed the mark. So if you decide to read this book, which I recommend, I'd suggest that you read it not expecting it to be a be-all and end-all source of answers, but rather as a vehicle for carefully sorting through the authors' take on the subjects they tackle and adding to your understanding the ones that you find enlightening and helpful. That gleaning process has been well worth the time for me. Though I certainly have not agreed with every idea the authors put forward, every chapter has left me with at least a few valuable gems of insight and most have left me with many.
In particular I would say that chapter 2 on gender equality in eternal life offers a compelling analysis of Doctrine and Covenants descriptions of celestial glory that I found well worth researching and mulling and that chapter 7 on monogamy and polygamy contains the most articulate analysis of Doctrine and Covenants section 132 that I have read to date.