The Love Diary Of A Zulu Boy || Spoiler-Free Review
Happy new month of May 2018! wishing you all the best.
I received a few books from Penguin Random House South Africa two weeks back, which were part of April 2018 releases. Today I’m reviewing one that I read last week. So let’s get to it.
Title: The Love Diary Of A Zulu Boy || Author: Bhekisisa Mncube|| Genre: Memoir || ISBN:978 1 77609 280 2 || Published: April 2018 || Publisher: Penguin || Publicist: Surita Joubert || Link: The Love Diary of a Zulu Boy
This book follows the real-life drama of a romance between a Zulu boy and an Englishwoman. It’s a collection of short stories which are interrelated, portraying stories about the relationships that Bhekisisa has been involved in. These relationships covers different topics like sexless relationships, toxic relationships, STI’s to name a few. These stories tells the autobiography of Bhekisisa’s love life leading up to where he is now in life; married.
The writing style for me was just too perfect, I enjoyed reading the book. The style was simplistic and flowed perfectly. I also loved how the stories interrelated.
The book is funny and I think the author did a perfect job presenting his humor throughout the book.
I loved how he author was so honest about his love life journey making it easier for the reader to relate to the things he was talking about because its some of the things that we encounter in our everyday lives.
It was also nice to learn about some of the author’s gifts, dreams interpretation I found it really informative.
Those were my thoughts on this book, overall I enjoyed the book and I’d really recommend it.
This book is now out, you can find it in any book shop I think, I went to Exclusive books over the weekend and it was there, so make sure to go and check it out. I’ve also included a link you can use to buy on Amazon. Thank you again to Penguin Random House for sending me copy.
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Until next time, let’s keep reading.