Book Review, Fiction

Book Review: So Long a Letter by Mariama Ba

One does not fix appointments with fate. Fate grasps whom it wants, when it wants. When it moves in the direction of your desire, it brings you plenitude. But more often than not, it unsettles, crosses you. Then one has to endure.

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Book Review, Fiction

Book Review: Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie Ngozi

“Being defiant can be a good thing sometimes," Aunty Ifeoma said. "Defiance is like marijuana - it is not a bad thing when it is used right.”

Book Review, Fiction

Book Review: London Cape Town Joburg by Zukiswa Wanner

I want Martin to think of the man who raised him when he sees it. To question the real meaning of what a father is. Not someone who donated a sperm to your being, but someone who was there for you as you grew up, who loved and protected you.