This magnificent novel by Bernardine Evaristo was awarded the prestigious Booker Prize in 2019 (alongside Margaret Atwood). It is written outside literary conventions with a style halfway between poetry and prose. Told through the stories of 12 women throughout 100 years of English history to the present, the book talks to us about racism, feminism, transsexuality, immigration and what it means to always be part of a minority. As essential as it is captivating. Audiobook for adults.
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