[Ebook] ➠ Such a Fun Age By Kiley Reid – Higo2cam.info

Such a Fun Age In The Midst Of A Family Crisis One Late Evening, White Blogger Alix Chamberlain Calls Her African American Babysitter, Emira, Asking Her To Take Toddler Briar To The Local Market For Distraction There, The Security Guard Accuses Emira Of Kidnapping Briar, And Alix S Efforts To Right The Situation Turn Out To Be Good Intentions Selfishly Mismanaged


About the Author: Kiley Reid

Kiley Reid born 1984 is an American novelist She is a recent graduate of the Iowa Writers Workshop where she was the recipient of the Truman Capote Fellowship She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Such A Fun Age is her first novel.



10 thoughts on “Such a Fun Age

  1. says:

    Wow The writing in this book is so light and breezy and easy to read that it can take a while to appreciate the depths the author takes us to in Such a Fun Age Combine the compelling writing with a cute font on the cover and this book is seriously


  2. says:

    Wow Okay I don t know what I have to feel about this book Did I like it Mostly I did But as soon as I finish, I felt like something missing Maybe I didn t like how the things ended for the characters and I wished alternate solutions for their stories I enj


  3. says:

    find this review others on my blog Such a Fun Age is a novel that disheartened me even if it didn t surprise me Something akin to relief gusted through my room like a warm front when I finished it not because it was an unpleasant read though it does depict many un


  4. says:

    NOW AVAILABLE REESE WITHERSPOON BOOK CLUB PICK This is one of those books that s hard to review because I think if read quickly it would come across as just a good story Reading thisslowly it s revealed that there is muchto this book than just entertainment It highlights


  5. says:

    Entertaining mostly towards the end For a debut novel it wasn t terrible, but I most definitely felt like I was reading a book written about black struggles by a white woman The dialogue was also fucking atrocious.


  6. says:

    i absolutely adore reese witherspoon and enjoy her book club choices, but this one isnt quite the hit i was expecting it to be, unfortunately i appreciate the dialogue this story opens about heavy topics such as racial inequality and white saviour complexes racism is a topic that tends t


  7. says:

    As the adoptive mother of a child of color this was a muchemotional read for me than I generally care for in my fiction However, once I began I couldn t put it down, even as it wrecked me.When a security guard at a grocery store assumes a young black woman who s babysitting is instead kidnapping


  8. says:

    4.5 stars There are books I read for the pure pleasure of the storytelling and there are books I read to make me think Occasionally a book comes along that does both, without it being an issue book This is one of those books One of the best ways to make a point is through witty satire, through stereotyp


  9. says:

    2.5 stars An easy read that lacked the emotional connection and powerful punch that I had expected This book is all the buzz lately I couldn t wait to dig in and see what all the hype was about I m not sure if the overhyping is what made me feel like I was missing something or this simply wasn t a powerful book


  10. says:

    FANTASTIC


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