Bernadine Evaristo purposefully takes her reader on a journey and I trusted her from the opening sentence.
A finely crafted novel that traverses the territory of love and loss, broken family ties, and political upheaval
I wanted to know more about this man; what it was he wouldn’t see, and who it was that wanted him to see things their way.
A book which has me dreaming of time travel.
Jaxie’s story is urgent, desperate, opinionated and it gripped me from the get go.
“They, the conquistadors, collided with an Inca empire ten million strong, smashing into it like a giant meteor.” Kim MacQuarrie.
I get re-acquainted with an old favourite and find there’s much to laugh at and with.
I develop Ferrante fever and I’m happy about that.