Dancing in the mosque – Homeira Qaderi

In a nutshell, I found this memoir a page turner that shatters your heart into a million tears, raises the hair on your neck till it hurts, and saws fingernails right down to their beds, without letting the beacon of hope all but disappear from sight. Dancing in the Mosque is a story of a... Continue Reading →

Things fall Apart – Chinua Achebe

Things fall Apart follows the story of Okonkwo, who belongs to the fictitious Umuofia clan, who's "fame had grown like a bush-fire in the harmattan." The story is based on the Igbo people, from whom Achebe himself has descended, and is based in Nigeria. What is amazing is in a book as concise as this,... Continue Reading →

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