The primary purpose of virtually every book club, whether online or otherwise, is to develop its members and, by extension, improve their lives.
Yeayi Kobina’s storytelling is top-notch, and The Usurper’s Dream is just the beginning of what promises to be an outstanding series.
My primary issue with Blood Scion revolves around its strong focus on outlining the protagonist’s dire circumstances right from the first page.
This is a beautifully written story, a love story, an odyssey, and ultimately a tragedy. An undeniable stunner.
As usual, I have nothing but praise for Efua’s writing. It’s easy to read, and you’re sure to stay glued to the story.
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The bloodthirsty deviousness and callousness that came to Rikke and Leo ( I spare no sympathy for him anyway), the kindness that would sometimes peek through Savine’s hard veneer – it was just too much for my poor heart to handle.
Slavery, kingship, courage, patriarchy, domestic violence, education, and love were some of the themes covered in this novel. This body of work displays Ayesha’s rich knowledge and storytelling, and subtle humor.
Love, cheating, heartbreak, domestic violence, family, police brutality were some of the themes covered in this collection of short stories because this collection is infused with the magic of evocative storytelling you might be drawn to or haunted by a character or two.
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The Green Bone Saga is the detailed and intricate story of the No Peak clan as they dangerously and fatally compete against their sworn enemy the mountain clan, in the fantastic city of Janloon, the Jade City.
You see, the young man is what he declared himself to be, a palm wine drinkard.
Except if you have been living under a rock or in outer space since the beginning of time, there is no way you wouldn’t have heard of Wole Soyinka.
Well, if you don’t read books and you happen to overhear a couple of us raving passionately about how hot Celaena Sardothien is or how daft Perrin Aybara is or isn’t, you need not call 911. Just leave us in peace, will you, eh?