A Little Life Book Review

Click Here for more info… 720 pages PICADOR Genre: Contemporary, Coming of Age, Literary Fiction " There were times when the pressure to achieve happiness felt almost oppressive as if happiness were something that everyone should & could attain, and that any sort of compromise in its pursuit was somehow your fault    I can definitely say … Continue reading A Little Life Book Review

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5 Painfully Underrated Books (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)

Hello, Friends Thank you for visiting another Recommendation Thursday post. Hope you get to add more books and get inspired to read them. This week's topic is books that deserve more attention than they are getting. Those "life-changing" books that only you've read and the majority haven't even heard of. I too have that list of … Continue reading 5 Painfully Underrated Books (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)

My Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Recommendation & Reading Project

Pulitzer Prize official website The Pulitzer Prize is a U.S. award for achievements in newspaper and online journalism, literature and musical composition. It was established by Hungarian-American publisher Joseph Pulitzer and is administered by Columbia University in New York City. According to the administrators of the Pulitzer Prize, the correct pronunciation of the name should … Continue reading My Pulitzer Prize for Fiction Recommendation & Reading Project

5 Short Books ( That you can devour in one sitting) (Recommendation Thursday)

“A short story is a love affair, a novel is a marriage. A short story is a photograph; a novel is a film.”  ― Lorrie Moore Hey guys welcome to this week Recommendation Thursday This week topic came from having a busy week and realising the power of short literature, the ability to immerse yourself into … Continue reading 5 Short Books ( That you can devour in one sitting) (Recommendation Thursday)

5 Creepily Perfect Halloween Reads (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)

"Time to explore our nightmares and reveal our true selves" This weeks Recommendation Thursday 5 Perfectly Creepy Halloween Reads So blow the candles and join me in the dark side “October proved a riot a riot to the senses and climaxed those giddy last weeks before Halloween.”  ― Keith Donohue (All book reviews will be linked) … Continue reading 5 Creepily Perfect Halloween Reads (RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY)

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison Book Review (more than just about race)

Click Here for more… 337 pages Genre: Historical Fiction, Classics, Contemporary  "Song of Solomon" begins with one of the most arresting scenes in our century's literature: a dreamlike tableau depicting a man poised on a roof, about to fly into the air, while cloth rose petals swirl above the snow-covered ground and, in the astonished … Continue reading Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison Book Review (more than just about race)

Night Film & Before The Fall (2 mini book reviews)Mystery books are more than the plot twist

 “There are crimes of passion and crimes of logic. The boundary between them is not clearly defined.”  ― Albert Camus Hi friends, I recently read two crime mystery books that created a unique edgy experience, especially in character study and the cinematic experience that completely absorbed me, as well as discussing certain themes. (Not that they … Continue reading Night Film & Before The Fall (2 mini book reviews)Mystery books are more than the plot twist

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind book review (2 min read)

Click Here for more... 272 pages Genre:  Historical Fiction, Classics, Horror “He succeeded in being considered totally uninteresting. People left him alone. And that was all he wanted.”  18th Century France, Grenouille is a man who has no human scent or body odor but is gifted with a very sharp sense of smell. He has the gift of recognizing … Continue reading Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind book review (2 min read)

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Book Review

Synopsis Genre: Afrolit, Literary Fiction, Feminism, Cultural, Contemporary Blurb Ifemelu and Obinze are young and in love when they depart military-ruled Nigeria for the West. Beautiful, self-assured Ifemelu heads for America, where despite her academic success, she is forced to grapple with what it means to be black for the first time. Quiet, thoughtful Obinze … Continue reading Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Book Review