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April Bloom, Book Cases and Music

Okay, cheers of the new month. Since the last update for March, between you and I, I have not finished reading James Marlon’s ‘ 517 more words


We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

Genre: Literary fiction
Page #: 298
Published in: 2013
Publisher: Reagan Arthur Books


Official Synopsis:

A remarkable literary debut – shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize! 552 more words


We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

Mike’s review

“She says it’s the least we can do because we are all dirty sinners and we are the ones for whom Jesus Christ gave his life.” 236 more words


Book Review: We Need New Names- Noviolet Bulawayo

Paradise is a shanty where men’s eyes never lift from their draughts, under the jacaranda trees and women are busy with hair and talk, children on the other hand have no choice but to go steal guavas in Budapest due to their hunger. 734 more words


“Dark Messiah” by Philani Amadeus Nyoni

Raindrops descended in brisk staccato like a hail of arrows from a vast column of archers. The streets were flooded to biblical proportions, yet no holy man pious and true had been forewarned, bade to build an ark and pair up beasts. 3,060 more words

Five of the Best!


Each month this year, I’ve been looking back over my reviews of the past five years and picking out my favourite from each year. 1,077 more words

Book Review

Restoration-Is it in view?

Perhaps deriving from my own longing to see restoration and peace come to the world, I sometimes pigeonhole many novels into containing elements of restoration. While I don’t think Bulawayo’s sole focus rests in envisioning restoration, I do believe… 211 more words