Ougat by Shana Fife – Review

Non-FictionGenre: MemoirPublished: June 2021Publisher: Jonathan Ball PublishersPages: 227My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “The paradox of being a young coloured girl is that you’re shamed for being wet behind the ears, then punished for being too mature. Ougat mos. Damned if you do, a laaitie if you don’t.” Shana Fife, Ougat Firstly I have to say that IContinue reading “Ougat by Shana Fife – Review”

The Good Girls by Sonia Faleiro – Review

Non-FictionGenre: True Crime Published: February 2021Publisher: BloomsburyPages: 314My Rating: 🦋🦋🦋🦋/5 “This is a story about women in modern India. But it’s also about what it means to be poor.” Sonia Faleiro, The Good Girls On the 27 May 2014, sixteen-year-old Padma and fourteen-year-old Lalli went missing. A few hours later, their bodies were found hangingContinue reading “The Good Girls by Sonia Faleiro – Review”

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