Hey my blovers,
How are you guys doing today? Good I hope. Today, we are having another episode of book talk and I am going to tell you guys of a book that I loved so much that I read more than three times. This book really inspired me. I loved it so much. This book is Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
The first time I read this book was in 2010. I was in Ss3; final year of high school and it was one of the literature books that we had to read. I wasn’t really sure if I wanted to read it but then my mates told me that the book was really good and so I picked it up and started reading it and I loved it. It was so good that even the non-literature students started reading it – even the ones that didn’t read that much. I read that book so much that I was so sure that I nailed my literature questions on this book. I loved it even so much even that I decided to do it for my coursework in my A levels literature. I am so sure I have read this book almost 10 times and I really recommend it to everyone. I even made my A level English Literature teacher read it. He loved it a lot despite the fact that he didnt obviously understand the Igbo parts. Chimamanda is such a good writer. She knows how to describe things so well. I admire her a lot. She is almost a national treasure. I really recommend this book to everyone. Its heartfelt and inspiring and opens our eyes to issues that are otherwise ignored. I didn’t really like the end but all in all the book was really special.