Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi


“Homegoing” is described as the story of two half-sisters who are born in Ghana in the 1700’s. Their lives are shaped by slavery. But each chapter is really a short story about each sister’s descendants. So although the chapters are incredibly well written, I couldn’t keep the characters straight or get absorbed because they only stuck around for a few pages.

Gwenamon says: Incohesive


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