Official Review: Confessions of a Llama by Patrick Ntsime

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Re: Featured Official Review: Confessions of a Llama by Patrick Ntsime

Post by Sharon2056 » 16 Nov 2019, 11:06

Awesome review it captures a lot of interesting facts about the book. I'd love to read the book.

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Post by shaikhilyas_610 » 16 Nov 2019, 12:14

im just reading this right now, im not much of a book reader but i would like to get into it as i need to increase my knowledge

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Post by sodik41 » 17 Nov 2019, 10:32

That’s an amazing cover for the book only watching that alone makes me want to read the book then reading the summary blow my mindI. absolutely love your review.

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Post by Jay_D » 18 Nov 2019, 09:04

Oh, wow, the premise sounds very interesting, and though I'm not keen on reading about romances that include conventionally beautiful people (they tend to be uninspired), I'm glad it does not distract from the main point :) Great review! Your explanations are generous :D

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Post by JonicaBradley » 18 Nov 2019, 22:48

The concise and descriptive nature of this review definitely peaks my curiosity. I am looking into forward to reading Confessions of a Llama. I do enjoy historical fiction and memoir so I should enjoy this book very much. I know next to nothing about Africa's and South America's diplomatic relationship so this should be educational for me as well.

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Post by CherylTegan7 » 18 Nov 2019, 23:15

I'm not one for reading books on sensitive subjects, but I do love history. Your description of this novel and that it reads almost like a memoir in first person definitely has me wondering if I should give it a try. An excellent review for those who aren't sure given the subject matter, letting us know the various other elements included.

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Post by Vanesssa » 19 Nov 2019, 06:45

This is awesome.. Reviews here might help you to improve what is lock .

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Post by peter Novler » 19 Nov 2019, 15:51

An honest review ! Thanks for the knowledge, at least I know something happened and is happening somewhere in some parts of this crazy world. From this story we got a lot to relate to.

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Post by The_book_of_t » 19 Nov 2019, 19:39

This sounds like both an interesting and important read, one I might pick up. Thanks for such a great review. :tiphat:

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Post by SamH787 » 19 Nov 2019, 23:44

This book use academic language which only professionals can read it and understand it.

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Post by Makaylaparker » 20 Nov 2019, 10:49

I usually don't enjoy historical fiction books that don't have a narration that engages the reader well, but this book seems structured well enough to provide a story that tells the hardships of people.

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Post by Wamakima » 21 Nov 2019, 09:47

Back in college, one of my professors reared Llama for his PhD thesis. So when I saw the title I was reminded of these Llama. One reason I would read this book is to get a better understanding of the slave trade 400 years ago. I want to understand the pain and hardships that black people faced. From your incredible review, it's clear that these topics are explained.
But the path I’ve chosen has always been the right one, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. :)

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Post by abfraw310 » 22 Nov 2019, 09:31

While this wouldn’t be my genre of choice, I am always interested in learning about different historical information and cultural differences. Based on your in depth review, it sounds like that is exactly what this book offers and with an entertaining aspect.

I enjoyed this review!! Well done.

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Post by Nich37 » 24 Nov 2019, 08:41

Great review. I usually avoid historical fiction concerning the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. I rather read/learn about actual events during that period. Based on your review that it reads more like a memoir, I will place it on my to read list.

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Post by Lena_2019 » 25 Nov 2019, 07:47

Amazing review ,the topic was wonderful.I love to read the book.

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