Review: “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
Filled with tales about patriotism, children’s innocence, adult crimes, and prejudice in small-town communities around Southern America during the Great Depression, It begins as a coming-of-age story for Jem and Scout, two siblings who drowned in their childish innocence.
Review: “The Bell Jar” novel by Sylvia Plath — “To The Person In The Bell Jar”
In the novel, the bell jar represents the imprisonment of emotions, despair, and mental illnesses. Sylvia Plath committed suicide in her apartment less than a month after the publication of Bell Jar, her only novel.
Review: “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison — Epic But Disturbing
Toni Morrison is considered one of the greatest writers ever born. She also became the first Black woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature contributing much to the community of BIPOC authors today.
Review: “In Watermelon Sugar” by Richard Brautigan — Watermelon Sugar High
In Watermelon Sugar the writing was so fluid and authentic and the story was incredibly entertaining and pleasant.