When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka: A Phenomenal Work of Asian-American Literature Exhibiting the Despair & Inhumanity of Second World War Incarceration – Book Review

When the Emperor was Divine by Julie Otsuka is a Japanese-American historical fiction novel that tells the story of a family that is uprooted from their home and put into an Internment Camp during the Second World War. Each tale is told from the perspective of a different person, which helps tell a story that explains the various traumatic experiences and harmful impacts that this devastating event had on Japanese and Japanese-Americans.

May’s Reading Wrap-Up

Good morning, bibliophiles! It’s that lovely time of month again; the time where I share a master list of all the stacks that I read during the month of May. To be honest, May was a fantastic month for me because I read tons of stuff and most of it was fairly decent. It was…

Black Order (Sigma Force #3) by James Rollins – A Book Review

The third instalment of the scientific-military action/adventure series, Sigma Force, called Black Order written by James Rollins, was so disappointing. This was not a re-read for me, unlike the first two books. Please note that this review will be, as always, spoiler-free. In book number three, our group returns to investigate a mysterious plague-like disease…