The Mothers

51n7sl28jylThe Mothers by Brit Bennett was the last book I read in 2016. It was a good last choice. Not amazing, but quite readable – and a good story. The book follows Nadia Turner’s life from young adulthood to thirty-something. It delves into choices, family, religion, community, and the black experience. Overall, this was not only well-written but also engaging. I wanted to keep reading and wasn’t eager for the book to end. It was quiet, however, and a thought-provoking experience. It’s a good pick.
four-stars

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