What I’m reading in September 2021: heartbreaking stories and modern classics

The past month was a good one - summer holidays always bring a fresh boost of energy and a lot of reading time. I read 5 books, an interesting mix of planned and unexpected reads - a Caribbean story, a story inspired by Shakespeare's life, a South Korean surreal book, a modern classic about a … Continue reading What I’m reading in September 2021: heartbreaking stories and modern classics

Spotlight on domestic violence in the Caribbean: How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House by Cherie Jones (book review)

How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House is a beautiful novel! Yes, it is sad and there are many violent acts illustrated in the story, but the narrative style and the different perspectives make is a very captivating read.

What I’m reading in August 2021: dystopia, a bit of Kafka, and an amazing Caribbean story

After a short and sweet holiday aboard (first one since the pandemic started!) I'm back with a reading status I'm proud of! In the past month I read 3 books aaand I also managed to write their reviews before publishing this update! 🀩