Homegoing

51T9jLba2BL.jpgI’ve heard a lot of good things about Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi, the latest from a friend who came to dinner and told me it was the best book she has read in a while. I very much enjoyed the story about linked generations of Ghanaians living in Ghana and in the United States. And, while I liked that each chapter related to those who had come before, since each chapter also functioned as a stand-alone story, I didn’t love the book. But I would recommend it nonetheless, as an interesting and well-told story, particularly if you are a fan of the short story genre.
three-and-a-half-stars

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