Friday, March 24, 2023

52 Books in 2023: Brother’s Keeper

In 2023, I set a goal to finish one book per week. I’m aiming to listen to 30 minutes of an audiobook per day (whereas cooking, cleansing, and/or driving) and read 10 minutes of a book. By doing this, I hope to pretty simply have the ability to end one e-book per week.

You may follow along on GoodReads to see what I’m studying, what books I end, and the star score I give every of them.

I’ve learn lots of books about different wars, however I don’t suppose I’ve learn a e-book written concerning the struggle between North and South Korea. I cherished the perception that this e-book gave into what it was wish to be a toddler in that point interval — from the meals they ate, the expectations positioned on them from dad and mom, or how they interacted with others. It gave a window into how ladies had been seen very otherwise than boys by many and what it might have felt wish to be a lady in that tradition and time interval.

Brother’s Keeper can also be the story of triumph within the midst of nice hardship. It’s a younger lady’s braveness and love between a brother and sister.

It’s a tragic but additionally stunning story. I believed it was sluggish at instances and felt prefer it lacked depth of story-telling by means of components of it, however I’m nonetheless actually completely happy that I listened to it. And thanks to the follower who urged it to me — I want I knew who you had been so I may thanks personally!

Verdict: 3 stars

Did you end any books this week? In that case, I’d love to listen to what you learn!

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