I never learn!!! I thought by now I’d have the sense to stop expecting so much from a book by just seeing the cover, but it’s me duuhh 🤷🏽♀️ Google suggested I read this when I asked for Asian authored books and I was like -yaaaayyy nice book- (a young woman floating mid-air in what … Continue reading Hiromi Kawakami’s Strange Weather in Tokyo.
Category: Novels Before Night
All Ghana a Stage by Sedinam Kufe
and 29 young Ghanaian writers. The unboxing of this book was one that I’m not sure the second lady will be very much pleased with but again, she wouldn’t care because it was a messy excitement from adorable kids during unboxing. Plus they were excited to open it more than the owner of the package. … Continue reading All Ghana a Stage by Sedinam Kufe
John Green’s Paper Towns.
I'm not having any of the fair life crises people are getting. It's as if I queued for it but when it got to my turn, the giver smiled at me and said, Hunny we are sorry but you'd have to go because we have given all there is out. Of course, I'm the last person, … Continue reading John Green’s Paper Towns.
Blogmas; Bhurbx’s best books for 2020.
Often, the best way to find a book is through recommendations. In every one of these recommendations is a small part of me that gradually fell in love with literature. My life to an extent pays homage to the power of literature and how important stories and words are to the human(my) experience. I have … Continue reading Blogmas; Bhurbx’s best books for 2020.
Sally Ronney’s Normal people
Normal People traces the story of Marianne and Connell, two ordinary people with ordinary feelings. This novel also displays acute observations of human psychology, revealing things about everyday life that are well-known yet disturbing, and demonstrating the extent to which relationships are structured by interlocking patterns of dysfunction. The novel isn’t the teach or preach … Continue reading Sally Ronney’s Normal people
If Baele streets could talk & Changes: A Love Story.
from the movie Number of pages: HC-197, SC-?Literary Genre: Classical fiction Stories like this make me speechless. While reading I was crying. Finished and had a headache. I just slept like a baby. I woke up and watched the movie. Again, I was crying. Found myself cussing. Cussed more than my parents will tolerate … Continue reading If Baele streets could talk & Changes: A Love Story.
Selassie Mensah’s Camouflage
Who would have thought a book like this with a regular story line could discipline me to respect the perspective of everyone and his/her story.CAMOUFLAGE is an extremely interesting book written by a very interesting author. So from the beginning of the story you may be like "....ptch I've heard this before🙄". Fellow reader, please … Continue reading Selassie Mensah’s Camouflage
The Color Purple & Blackass.
THE COLOR PURPLE by ALICE WALKER There are several things/topics that I could talk about from this story. Such as; Authority, love, violence, sexuality, religion, race & femininity(these I noticed) but I'd talk more about femininity concerning the characters, which most of the characters were women. The Color Purple brings out the depiction of … Continue reading The Color Purple & Blackass.