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Review: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr // Guest Post

Genre: Literary Fiction Published: May 6, 2014 Pages: 531 Rate: 4 stars Goodreads Synopsis Marie-Laure lives in Paris near the Museum of Natural History, where her father works. When she is twelve, the Nazis occupy Paris and father and daughter… Continue Reading →

Review: The Middle Daughter by Chika Unigwe

‘How does one talk of a love that fills one’s stomach like food?’ Genre: Literary Fiction Published: April 4th ,2023 Pages: 325 Rate: 3.5 stars Goodreads Synopsis Udodi’s death was the beginning of the raging storm but at that moment,… Continue Reading →

Review: Solito by Javier Zamora

‘Expensive things are better than cheaper ones’ Genre: Nonfiction, Memoir Published: September 6, 2022 Pages: 384 Rate: 4 stars Goodreads Synopsis Trip. My parents started using that word about a year ago–“one day, you’ll take a trip to be with… Continue Reading →

Review: London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

‘London started it all very well, Cape Town was a good intermediary, and now this hustler town, this City of Gold, is giving us a new lease on love and life.’ Genre: Fiction, African Literature Published: January 1, 2014 Pages:… Continue Reading →

Review: Love After Love by Ingrid Persaud

‘I took up the book I was halfway through and settled in for the afternoon. If I couldn’t lose away with a good book I think I would go loco.’ Genre: Literary Fiction Published: March 31, 2020 Pages: 409 Rate:… Continue Reading →

Review: The Crooked Little Pieces by Sophia Lambton

“The crux of this most painful quandary of his was that he did not know whether her competence was God’s auspicious blessing or the handiwork of Satan’s tapestry.” Genre: Historical Fiction Published: May 25, 2022 Pages: 448 Rate: 3.5 stars… Continue Reading →

Review: The Beasts Under Your Bed by JM Rogoi

“You should automatically know your mother loves you. It doesn’t need to be said.” Genre: Fiction Published: 2022 Pages: 122 Rate: 3 stars Synopsis Every day, the populace wakes before dawn to head to the blast furnaces of Nairobi’s Industrial… Continue Reading →

Review: Mwikali And The Forbidden Mask by Shiko Nguru

“Never water yourself down to make other people more comfortable. Stay whole, stay true, and let them adjust to you.” Genre: General Fiction/ Middlegrade Pages: 288 Published: 11th October, 2022 Rate: 5 stars Goodreads Synopsis 12-year-old Mwikali is moving to… Continue Reading →

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