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Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu
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Angel's Book Reviews 2.0
Angel's Book Reviews 2.0 rated it 3 years ago
ZARAH THE WINDSEEKER, BY NNEDI OKORAFORThis book was highly recommended, by two amazing ladies who I’m lucky enough to call friends. They did say, though, that it was a bit different from what I’m used to reading, and that I would have to cut it some slack at the beginning.Synopsis: Zahrah, a dada g...
Bun's Books
Bun's Books rated it 7 years ago
An uneven collection, but some of the stories in here are very much worth reading. I'd definitely recommend trying it. I especially liked the Nisi Shawl story, and the one by Kevin Brockenbrough. Some of the stories seemed a little much of a muchness, a few days after reading them they sort of bl...
cindywho rated it 8 years ago
I liked the easy cadence of this YA fantasy, though it was occasionally awkward. I wasn't always sure why the Zahrah was billed as a person who thought ahead but seemed to not always plan well. The setting is nearly Utopian with odd references to Earth and even a shout out to the Hitchhiker's Guid...
Another fine mess
Another fine mess rated it 9 years ago
Some strange synchronicity.... Plotting out a survey of World Literature I was to teach I began seeking some end-of-semester new addition, a vaguely-formed notion that it'd be fun/useful to move away from the national frame, to think about literature in the era of globalization using science fiction...
wealhtheow rated it 11 years ago
This was a really sweet book about a young girl born with “dada-locks” (dreadlocks with vines growing through them). Her hair marks her as different and just a little fey, which makes her an outsider. She and her best friend decide to explore The Forbidden Greeny Jungle, and have strange and dange...
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