One nation; two camps. #myfriendsarereading Americanah

Reader: C.W., Male, 28, lives in London/N Citizenship/nationality: British/American Book: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Photo sent from: North Carolina, United States Americanah was a paperback for a time I really needed one. I was guarded about it at first, I don’t know why. Perhaps it was … Continue reading One nation; two camps. #myfriendsarereading Americanah

“People are afraid to merge on freeways.” #myfriendsarereading Less Than Zero

Reader: A.W., Female, 24, lives in London Citizenship/nationality: American Book: Less Than Zero by Bret Easton Ellis Photo sent from: London, United Kingdom What’s this book about; why did you choose it? Had never read this book before, but as I grew up in Los … Continue reading “People are afraid to merge on freeways.” #myfriendsarereading Less Than Zero

Coming home. #myfriendsarereading … Homegoing

Reader: K.L.B, Female, 24, lives in London Citizenship/nationality: Irish Book: Homecoming by Yaa Gyasi Photo sent from: London, United Kingdom (pictured: J.B.) What’s this book about; what do you like about it? There’s a line in Yaa Gyasi’s debut that I keep returning to. It … Continue reading Coming home. #myfriendsarereading … Homegoing

Brick by brick. #myfriendsarereading … The Bricks That Built The Houses

Reader: C.C-T., Female, 23, lives in Montreal Citizenship/nationality: British-Canadian, Spanish-born Book: The Bricks That Built The Houses by Kate Tempest Photo sent from: London, United Kingdom Why is this book about; why should we read it? Kate Tempest is a babe. From her poetry … Continue reading Brick by brick. #myfriendsarereading … The Bricks That Built The Houses