#Crossfire by Malorie Blackman: what a wait!

Anybody who grew up reading the Noughts and Crosses series by Malorie Blackman will know and understand how I felt going into Crossfire. I was nervous, excited and anxious all while anticipating what more she could have pulled out of this world and I have not been disappointed. I'm going to keep this review short... Continue Reading →

Queenie: the relatable voice of a generation

Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams is an incredibly relatable, humorous, at times cringey and deep read. It is a MUST-READ for women in their mid-twenties who feel like life just isn't going their way. I feel like it put many things into perspective for me personally, as I related to so much of what Queenie was... Continue Reading →

Americanah: An excellent cultural narrative

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie provides a voice for those young adults who have come from African countries to study in any country dominated by Western culture. I absolutely loved the main character, Ifemelu, her views on life in America and the ways she utilises her experiences to feed back to people in the same... Continue Reading →

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