Genres: Cultural, Historical Fiction
Main themes: Family, Love, Loss, Society
Rating: 4 stars
“‘Promise me you’ll always love each other,’ she’d say, as she drew her children to her. ‘Promise,’ Estha and Rahel would say. Not finding words with which to tell her that for them there was no Each, no Other.”
Jumping between 1969, and 1993, we see how a series of tragic events impacts an entire family. A prejudiced and blind grandmother, a bitter and poisonous great aunt, an elitist ‘Marxist’ uncle, an oppressed and loving mother, and a set of dizygotic twins for who “there was no Each, no Other”. Read more
In order to celebrate 1 year of Full of Bookish Wonder, I will be holding a giveaway! The winner will receive copies of:
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
In order to enter, all you have to do is comment below with the best book(s) you’ve read so far this year!
Please read the terms and conditions below before entering, and good luck!
Terms and conditions
- This competition ends on 30th June 2017 at 11:59pm (GMT).
- One winner will be picked at random, and notified on 1st July 2017.
- The winner will receive a copy of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews.
- The winner’s contact information will be kept confidential, and discarded once the giveaway prize has been posted to them.
- This giveaway is available internationally.
I couldn’t let today pass by without mentioning that 12th June marks the 1 year anniversary of Full of Bookish Wonder! 🎉 So in this post I thought it would be nice to reflect on the past 12 months, highlighting some of my favourite moments from my book blogging journey.