Book Review: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Yaa Gyasi's "Homegoing" has easily earned it's place in my list of favourites. A brutal, honest look at the slave trade and its legacy, the story explores the families of two half sisters with very different destinies. I fell in love with each of the characters and couldn't wait to pick it up again. Needless to say, it's 5 stars from me.

Book Review: All this Has Nothing to Do with Me by Monica Sabolo

A fast paced story of mixed media, "All this Has Nothing to Do with Me" is a peculiar story of love and obsession. Lacking a traditional narrative, this book is intriguing but won't be to everyone's taste. I liked the story and I enjoyed reading something different, but unfortunately I felt that something was missing. Monica Sabolo's story gets 3 stars from me.

Book Review: How to Stop Time by Matt Haig

A powerful book of a man who has lived through years, decades and centuries. He's seen it all and is only just learning how to live. Flicking between present day and his past, I fell in love with the story of Tom Hazard, its thought provoking quotes and its reflective honesty. Matt Haig's "How to Stop Time" is getting five stars from me.