Book blog – The Shape of Water by Guillermo del Toro, Daniel Kraus

This is such a fantastic story and so well told. Unequivocally reiterating that love is possible regardless of physical differences. Whereas the flow, character development, and narrative are spot on, the visual impact that we got from the movie is sadly missing in the book. Therefore this is one of the few stories for which …

Christmas morning 2019

I woke up on this chilly Christmas morning with a half smile on my face. I had just completed a significantly laborious project at work and had finally gotten to a point where I could stop, relax and savor the joy of this beautiful day. Jumping out of bed with the same enthusiasm as little …

Book blog ‘Drive’ by Daniel Pink

Daniel Pink’s Drive has been on my reading list for a while and I wasn’t disappointed when I finally read it. This book is packed with so much insight and yet it’s messages are simply stated.He introduced concepts such as 'what science know' and 'what business does'. The gap between the two is indeed eye-opening. …

Book Blog ‘Unmarriageable’ by Soniah Kamal

Soniah hasn’t just written a novel she has also brought forth life in a former British colony and how those values still prevail in our societies so many years after the end of colonialism . Her emphasis on our relationship with the English language particularly hit home as someone who grew up receiving all her …

Book Blog ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama

Rating: 4 out of 5 starsGenre: Non-FictionSubject: Memoir, Politics, Michelle ObamaBook Review of 'Becoming' a memoir by Michelle Obama, one of the most powerful First Ladies the White House has seen and the first woman of color to be one. This book documents her iconic journey leading up to accompanying her husband Presiden Barack Obama …