Book 61 of 2015 is A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James.
This is the first time that I have read a Man Booker Prize winner as soon as it won and I don't think I'll be doing that ever again.
This book was written in an interesting way. The voices were distinct and I've not see that done this well in a while.
The problem is that I was sick of the rape and killings in the fifth chapter. The rest was awful.
Was I supposed to me shocked and challenged by that? If so, I was just bored.
Just because the words are strung together well, does not mean this is a good book to read.
3 confronting black references out of 5.
Should I read this? If you like literature for the sake of it then maybe.
What did I learn? Literature should still offer something to people who aren't snobby book types.