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Monochromes - Again

Taking Stock || A Mini Book Review of Longthroat Memoirs by Yemisi Aribisala

Hey all,
How are you doing? Good? Good!

So, it took me quite a while to come up with a second Taking Stock post eh? I apologize.
Catch up on the first one here.
I didn't want to write a significantly empty one so I decided to add a mini book review to this episode.
If I may be honest, I'm wary of doing book reviews. Solely because, I do not consider myself an authority enough to criticize someone else's body of work. Also, I largely think that no one person should be able to dictate to others what they should or shouldn't read based on sentiments.
Anyway, I spent the last two or three weeks reading Yemisi Aribasala's Longthroat Memoirs -Soups, Sex and Nigerian Taste Buds and it is a really, really different kind of book.

As usual, I currently am;
Wearing: A lot of Ankara though not as often as I usually do. So, I reckon it is time to restock on Ankara outfits.
Reading: Markus Zusak's The Book Thief, William Goldin's Lord of the Flies and Harper Lee's To …