A Memoir of Love and Resilience: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

“I was nine years old when my mother threw me out of a moving car.” Trevor Noah‘s bestselling memoir Born a Crime starts with a bang. But if you think that this is the most extreme thing Trevor experienced during his tumultuous childhood in South Africa, I’m afraid he’ll prove you wrong. Most people will … Continue reading A Memoir of Love and Resilience: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Back to Garden Heights: Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas

Writing a sequel to a successful book is always a big risk to take. Even more so if that book is a smash bestseller called The Hate U Give. Angie Thomas took the plunge nevertheless—and delivered another masterpiece. In THUG, all eyes are on Starr Carter, a 16-year-old girl who finds her voice after witnessing her friend … Continue reading Back to Garden Heights: Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas

Seeing Humanity Through a Robot’s Eyes: Klara and the Sun

Klara and the Sun has been among the most anticipated releases of this year. For those of you who know the novel's author, this hardly comes as a surprise. Winner of the Booker Prize and the Nobel Prize in Literature, Kazuo Ishiguro is among the most gifted authors of this century. Set in the near-distant … Continue reading Seeing Humanity Through a Robot’s Eyes: Klara and the Sun