Book Review: Talon

The author tries(rather unsuccessfully) to make readers buy into the lie that is Talon and Asia’s relationship. We are not falling for it. This was a huge disappointment to me.

Book Review: The Hole

What happens when you lose your wife, legs, and occupation to an accident? you rely on your family. But then, what if your family isn’t all they make themselves out to be?

Book Review: Consent

Consent is a hauntingly brilliant memoir that explores the invalidity of non-consensual relationships. From birth till the present, a map is drawn that breathes life to every bus stop on her journey to ownership of her body.

Book Review: Xala

Xala chronicles a man’s search for a cure to his temporary impotency while revealing the workings of the economic and social system of Senegal. 4/5 Stars with 1 star deducted for the less than satisfactory ending.