2017/08/30

BOOK REVIEW:
FOREIGN SOIL BY MAXINE BENEBA CLARKE

Title: Foreign Soil
Author: Maxine Beneba Clarke
Published: 2014
Language: English
Pages: 288
Rating: 4/5


Summary:
In this collection, Beneba Clarke gives voice to the downtrodden, lost and mistreated.


Review:
This was an excellent collection of stories, and an absolute joy to have read.

The stories in this are unique, fascinating and diverse. Sometimes in collections like these, some stories are a bit similar, but in this, they're all different. They all have their own purpose and voice, and together with the rest of the stories they create an interesting image of humanity.

It's a collection that makes you feel and connect to the characters, and it's quite an intense experience. The writing pulls you in and takes you on these small journeys that speak volumes. It explores foreignness in a really interesting and eye-opening way.

This is definitely one of the better collections of short stories I have ever read, and I would highly recommend it.
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