aka reviews of all the books I’ve read
This is an honest book review of Internment by Samira Ahmed. Internment does a beautiful job of providing a new perspective in the conversation of inequality. However, it took me MONTHS to power through it, and there’s a reason why.
Read more for the full review.
This is a book review of The Last Black Unicorn, an autobiography by Tiffany Haddish, an inspiring woman who’s coined the saying “She Ready.”
To not spoil the story that is her life nor misspeak about any of the events in her life, the review is a little on the shorter side.
This is a book review of Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur and includes a few of my favorite poems by her.
Twenty nineteen was the year I got back into reading books. I’ve always enjoyed reading (for leisure, not textbooks), but I stopped when I started college. This year, I got back into reading again, and I’m so happy I did. Not only have I gotten back into reading books, but since I have this platform, I decided to write reviews of all the books I read.
To finish this year of leisure literature, I decided to rank all six of the books I read this year.