Sometimes, I can be so absent-minded. That’s why I had forgotten that rather than just put a link to this review by making a new post two entries ago, I should’ve just hit “Reblog” from the review page itself. Anyway, I am reblogging now, and letting you know that you can write about any of the books from their list. That is, as long there are no reviews of your chosen books yet (words in blue if reviewed) or are not yet reserved for other reviewers who have expressed their intent to write about them (bolded words in black). Here’s the list: http://1001bookreviews.com/the-1001-book-list/
I am currently working on THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME.
Lemme know if you have constructive comments. there’s space for you down below 🙂 Oh and feel free to hit LIKE here and/or on the review page itself 🙂
Reviewer: J.Gi Federizo
Fourteen years old and Celie was already one big mess—pregnant, poor, under-educated. And black, lest we forget. How could Celie even think of leading her life differently? As her future husband said, “You black, you pore, you ugly, you a woman…, you nothing at all.”
The Color Purple starts with Celie writing a letter – a confession – to God. She has just been molested by her own father. Pa has told her to never tell on him unless she wants her mama to die of heart break, so she doesn’t, but the sick mother dies anyway. Celie is forced to be the surrogate mother of the house. Such is the life she is left to accept. But then Pa seems to be setting his eyes lately on Celie’s younger sister and this worries her.
Celie is eventually married off to widower Mr. _______…
View original post 1,067 more words