Dmitriy Chernov Chernov من عند Covas do Rio, البرتغال
يا إلهي آخر واحد !!!
I purchased this book for a class I was taking in college. We ended up not reading it and it's been sitting in my bookshelf unread ever since. I have been putting off reading it because I thought it wasn't my style and thought it would be dull. I finally picked it up this month and I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It still wasn't my favorite read though. I really am not into poetry and every time I found poetry speckled through this book, I couldn't help but groan. I found Audre's life to be interesting though. How she overcame being not only black but a lesbian back in a time where both lifestyles were looked down upon was quite enlightening. It's hard to believe how some people were so prejudiced, but really, some still are in today's world so it shouldn't surprise me. It was well written, but there were a couple parts that seemed to drag on. I'm giving it three stars because even though I did like the book, it just isn't my favorite genre.