Tag Archive: racial

Review: Arthur and George- Julian Barnes

I have never read a Julian Barnes novel before, and to be honest I swiped Arthur and George from the second-hand bookshop because I had a few pounds of store credit left. (I… Continue reading

Review: The Kitchen God’s Wife- Amy Tan

The Kitchen God’s Wife is a beautiful tale of hope, tragedy and despair, set against the turbulent backdrop of Shanghai in the 1920s. A plot that is woven with secrets from beginning to… Continue reading

Review: The House on Mango Street- Sandra Cisneros

Told in a wonderful series of simple but very moving vignettes, The House on Mango Street is about a young Chicana girl named Esperanza Cordero, who lives in the Hispanic section of Chicago.… Continue reading

Review: Trumpet- Jackie Kay

I’ve dug this review out from second year of uni, the first book┬áreview┬áI had ever written in fact, n’awww. Trumpet by Jackie Kay deserves more recognition than it gets in the book world,… Continue reading

Review: Bitter, harrowing and very different to Harry Potter… I love it.

I just want to thank everyone who has recently liked and commented on/followed my blog. It was a lovely surprise to come on here to find so many interesting and warm comments made… Continue reading

Top Ten: American Authors

Only just started getting into American literature at uni and I love it, so much in fact that my dissertation was based on American lit of the 20th century. I know there are… Continue reading