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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: 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: Lacuna by Fiona Snyckers

“Perhaps they simply thought it was more genteel to keep ugliness off the stage. No one wants to watch stomach-turning violence at the theatre, especially over dinner. It can be very upsetting.” Genre: Literary Fiction Pages: 255 Published: 1st April… Continue Reading →

Review: Murdering Romance by Kendi Karimi

“She always knew that one day, she would pay for her stories, but she never expected it to be such personal a vengeance.” Genre: Fiction Pages: 214 Published: 29th April, 2022 Rate: 2.5 stars Synopsis The novel by Kendi Karimi… Continue Reading →

Review: Beloved by Toni Morrison

“It was as though one day she saw red baby blood, another day the pink gravestone chips, and that was the last of it.” Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 324 Published: 16th September, 1987 Rate: 4.5 stars Goodreads Synopsis Sethe was born… Continue Reading →

Review: Mandate Of The People by Margaret Ogola

“She was a child of the modern universe – hard as nails and willing to do whatever it took to survive.” Genre: Fiction Pages: 246 Published: 2012 Rate: 3 stars Goodreads Synopsis During the election time in Migodi, Leo Adam… Continue Reading →

Review: The Murmur Of Bees by Sofia Segova

“That tile was a betrayer of mischief, for with its inevitable clunk, the mother of the time would be alerted to whatever plan her offspring had hatched.” Genre: Historical Fiction Pages: 471 Published: 1st March 2015 Rate: 5 stars Goodreads… Continue Reading →

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