Ever feel like you have lifetime access to the struggle bus while your friends are living the Insta-perfect life with their big house, perfect husband and perfect baby?
I really enjoyed this read! It’s the Alice in Wonderland + Buffy crossover I never knew I needed. I have always loved the dark playfulness of Alice in Wonderland, so to read urban twist to the classic family centered around a black teenage heroine in modern times? Count. Me. In! The Story: The book begins
wp:paragraphI saw this book blogger confessions tag on The Bibliophagist and decided to take part!
Answer these questions truthfully.
Once you’re done, tag 5 other book bloggers to answer these questions next.
Wow, how do I even begin this review? I have SO MANY FEELINGS about this book. It’s set in African folklore, all about that black girl magic, AND it’s a response piece to police brutality against black bodies? UGH, slay me, Tomi. And don’t even get me started on the fact that Tomi is my age (26) and out here slaying her FIRST NOVEL and already has a movie deal?! UGH, slay me AGAIN, Tomi!!!!!!!!
2018 was the year of falling back in love with reading and the books that played a key role in morphing me into the young woman (ew, adulting) that I am today.
As your tour guide to all things bookish, I will also be respecting culture and ethnicity in this space. So, in each of these months, I will work to bring book recommendations from Authors of Color so that we can work together to be more mindful, accepting, and appreciative of the diversity in our lives.