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Color Blind by Precious Williams
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Apr 21, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, memoirbio, non-fiction, racial-ethnic-experiences, womens-issues
Read in April, 2012

Precious Williams' is such a sad story. I had read another book (Buchi Emecheta's Second Class Citizen) that made reference to the practice of certain Africans (I think mostly Nigerian) studying in Britain sending their children to be fostered, but Precious describes this experience in full, complex, heartbreaking detail. She's a great writer and has so much insight on her life.
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Precious Williams Anastasia, thank you so much for your review of my book. I'm intrigued that you've also read Buchi Emecheta (I'm a big fan). Did you enjoy her fiction? Best wishes, Precious

Anastasia Hi Precious,
You’re welcome for the review. Thank you for writing such a good book. I did enjoy Buchi Emecheta’s fiction, although I have only read two of her books. I hope I get around to reading more of her work, and I hope you write some more, too (and that I get to read it).


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