BOOKS FOR MOTHERS DAY
Mothers day is the perfect time for us to show our appreciation for the extraordinary group of women we call our mothers. In commemoration of this meaningful day, we have picked 4 books that we believe will shed some light on the exceptionality often displayed by the women that occupy this role.
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Saishwar reviews Shuggie Bain – Despite being just his debut novel, Douglas Stuarts’ Shuggie Bain has ensnared the minds of readers worldwide, earning it the prestigious Booker Prize for 2020. Set in Scotland during the Thatcher-era, the book weaves together the themes of politics and the human condition in a dark story that will force you to confront some of the unsavoury yet moving realities of life. Check out Saishwar’s review of this book to find out more!
In our Literary Journal this week, Haris reviews The Truths We Hold by Kamala Harris, the current Vice-President of the USA. Harris’ book reflects the issues of American life in a poignant and emotive way, and offers an excellent insider view of the conversations that were not privy to the public. If you are interested in books on US politics, check out Haris’ review on our website!