bookstagram book reviews fabruary-march 2021

More #Bookstagram Book Reviews

I’ve had a decent run of fiction reading over the last few weeks, and am continuing my Instagram book-review project. Here are the latest ones I’ve shared on #bookstagram.


Transcendent Kingdom
Written by Yaa Gyasi
Published by Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group on September 1, 2020
ISBN: 9780525658191
Genres: Fiction, Literary
Format: ebook
Pages: 288
Source: purchased
A Good Neighborhood
Written by Therese Anne Fowler
Published by St. Martin's Publishing Group on March 10, 2020
ISBN: 9781250237286
Genres: Fiction, Literary
Format: ebook
Pages: 320
Source: purchased
A Children's Bible: A Novel
Written by Lydia Millet
Published by W. W. Norton & Company on May 12, 2020
ISBN: 9781324005049
Genres: Fiction, Literary
Format: ebook
Pages: 240
Source: purchased

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6 comments

    1. Ooh, good to know! People were so taken with Homegoing at the time that I just wanted to stay away from it, but now I’m really looking forward to reading it.

  1. I think I liked A Good Neighborhood more than you. I didn’t like that guy either. He really set my blood to boiling as an 80 year old would say. LOL. I didn’t like how it ended but I did like how the author chose to lead you down a certain path. I read it during the protests. I was already quite fired up and then I got more fired up when I turned the last page.

    1. It definitely didn’t help that the character we both disliked had the same name as my ex-husband. LOL. And I agree with you about the ending. That said, I tore through that book–it is HIGHLY readable.