The Vanishing Half (Review) – This Generational Novel Is Astonishing
A novel spanning decades and generations - Brit Bennett truly is an amazing author. The Vanishing Half will be a classic in years to come.
The Earl’s Secret Treasure (Review) – Could This Be Your Next Romance Read?
Romance is not a genre I'm wholly familiar with at all, but I was pleasantly surprised by this novel. Renee's writing has a gripping quality to it - and I even managed to finish the novel in one sitting!
The Black Kids (Review) – A Coming-of-Age Novel that is Essential Read
The Black Kids is a coming-of-age novel set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots that remains ever relevant novel to today.
The Best Book Box Ever?! Books That Matter (June 2020)
This month I renewed my Books That Matter box subscription after over a year of absence.
Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell (Review): A Unique Take on the Shakespearean Realm
Today we travel to 16th century Warwickshire as we continue our journey through the Women's Prize for Fiction shortlist.
Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo (Review): An Absolute Gem of a Novel
Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo is an absolute gem of a novel. This is an enjoyable, educational and important novel for everyone, not just for literary critics.