Notes on Grief

Author:

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Title:

Notes on Grief

Publisher:

Nataka Books Reviews: 

Notes on Grief

Just a rant: There is nothing sadder and harder than losing a loved one. How do you even say goodbye to someone that you love? Are words enough? and selfish it may seem sometimes we never want them to leave. Grief takes many forms and at one point in our lives we all have gone through it 


Genre: African Nonfiction 


Publisher : Knopf Themes: Grief/ Family Trigger Warning: Death of a parent 


Anci's book summary: This is one of those books that tugs at heartstrings and makes you remember a loved one past gone. In Notes on Grief Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie b captures her intense grief about her father's death and also pays homage to the father she immensely loved. 


--Review by @heyanci blogging at https://heyanci.wordpress.com/

Nataka Books Full Review: 

Notes on Grief

Just a rant: There is nothing sadder and harder than losing a loved one. How do you even say goodbye to someone that you love? Are words enough? and selfish it may seem sometimes we never want them to leave. Grief takes many forms and at one point in our lives we all have gone through it 


Genre: African Nonfiction 


Publisher : Knopf Themes: Grief/ Family Trigger Warning: Death of a parent 


Anci's book summary: This is one of those books that tugs at heartstrings and makes you remember a loved one past gone. In Notes on Grief Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie b captures her intense grief about her father's death and also pays homage to the father she immensely loved. 


--Review by @heyanci blogging at https://heyanci.wordpress.com/