This book is available from Furaha Publishers in Kigali, Rwanda.
It is about:
Keza, who is in search of a place she can truly call hers. She carries on her shoulders a difficult past faced by her ancestors: her parents, grandparents, and relatives in her Tutsi tribe. Because of this past, and an initial loss of her homeland, Keza becomes a woman forged by three distinct cultures from three different countries: Uganda, Rwanda, and the Western world.
A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir
It was so much fun getting back to this series. Elias and Laia are on the run with Helene in pursuit. They really found themselves in a tough spot often.
Elias and Laia are running for their lives.
After the events of the Fourth Trial, Martial soldiers hunt the two fugitives as they flee the city of Serra and undertake a perilous journey through the heart of the Empire.
Laia is determined to break into Kauf—the Empire’s most secure and dangerous prison—to save her brother, who is the key to the Scholars’ survival. And Elias is determined to help Laia succeed, even if it means giving up his last chance at freedom.
But dark forces, human and otherworldly, work against Laia and Elias. The pair must fight every step of the way to outsmart their enemies: the bloodthirsty Emperor Marcus, the merciless Commandant, the sadistic Warden of Kauf, and, most heartbreaking of all, Helene—Elias’s former friend and the Empire’s newest Blood Shrike.
Slay by Brittney Morris
Slay is one of those books written to make you think of racial issues from a different perspective. Kiera is a truly strong and unique character. I loved her passion for gaming. Most important is the pure intention of providing a safe space she pours into the creation of her game, Slay. It’s admirable and this book should be read by more people.
By day, seventeen-year-old Kiera Johnson is a high school student and one of the only black kids at Jefferson Academy. By night, she joins hundreds of thousands of black gamers who duel worldwide in the secret online role-playing card game, SLAY.
No one knows Kiera is the game developer – not even her boyfriend, Malcolm. But when a teen in Kansas City is murdered over a dispute in the SLAY world, the media labels it an exclusionist, racist hub for thugs.
With threats coming from both inside and outside the game, Kiera must fight to save the safe space she’s created. But can she protect SLAY without losing herself?
A Reaper at the Gates and A Sky Beyond the Storm bring this series to the end. Elias and Laia had a great adventure. They changed their worlds and brought what they thought of as happiness to life. Despite the many losses they faced. I’m so glad Sabaa Tahir chose to write this series. She’s a great kehanni.
March 2022 was filled with Sabaa Tahir’s series. I’m very lucky it is complete and all four books are available. April starts with Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.
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2 thoughts on “March 2022’s Reading List”
I will check this ones out
Please do, I hope you love them too.