Book Review Time: Transcendent Kingdom

I posted a review of Yaa Gyasi’s Homegoing earlier this year. I tried my best to express how deeply I was impacted by the novel. Homegoing is grand in scope-a multi-generational, trans-continental, saga. It explores the African and diasporic experience, examining the atrocities of tribal strife, colonialism, slavery, and institutionalized racism. It’s painful in itsContinue reading “Book Review Time: Transcendent Kingdom”

Book Review Time: Homegoing

I first read Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi last year. It’s a powerful novel that I haven’t been able to emotionally detach from, since that initial reading.  Rich, beautiful, heart-breaking, inspiring. I found my way to this novel as a result of my own personal desire to know more about where I came from. Some ofContinue reading “Book Review Time: Homegoing”