Book Review: This book tells the story of Augustown, an inner city in Kingston, Jamaica, where the marginalized live between two scarred mountains, surrounded by the promise of autoclaps daily.
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Book Review: Homegoing follows the lineage of fire and water, Effia and Esi, sisters from two different Big Man misters, one in Ghana and the other enslaved in America.
Book Review: After the financial crisis of 2008, Jende must reasses whether the American Dream juice is worth the squeeze.
No matter how much Neni refused, aired her grievances, stated her case for staying, Jende wasn’t having any of it. Since he is the man of the house, his is the final say. But why?
Book Review: After his mother disappears, Deming-Daniel has to adapt to a whole new world, and a whole new name, as his white adoptive family renames him Daniel Wilkinson, relieving him of his traditional Deming Guo.
Book Review: It felt like I was reading/watching/witnessing life in this current weird world. Like seeing beyond the news, and into the lives of the communities affected by the killing of young black folks in America. This work of fiction felt like real life.