BOOK REVIEW — The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung

The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung Published by Little, Brown UK Publication date: 07 November 2019 To say The Tenth Muse is a triumph would be an understatement. The writing is eloquent, poised, and fresh, all without feeling that it’s trying too hard to be anything. It draws you into the world of mathematics withContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW — The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung”

BOOK REVIEW — The Dutch House

The Dutch House by Ann Patchett Bloomsbury Publishing Plc Publication date 24 September 2019 Ann Patchett has a way of bringing characters to life, constructing them bit by bit inside your mind. In the Dutch House she does this with such thoroughness that at times the book is almost too poignant. It is a taleContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW — The Dutch House”

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW — An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma, Narrated by Chukwukdi Iwuji

I read Chigozie Obioma’s debut, The Fishermen and was impressed. Now this, his sophomore novel, An Orchestra of Minorities, secures his place in my mind as one of those rare authors, the kind that can conceive a complex narrative, write it with precision and eloquence, and make it seem like magic. So many people canContinue reading “AUDIOBOOK REVIEW — An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma, Narrated by Chukwukdi Iwuji”