52 Books in 2023: Brother’s Keeper

In 2023, I set an objective to end up one book weekly. I’m intending to listen to thirty minutes of an audiobook daily (while cooking, cleansing, and/or driving) and check out 10 minutes of a book. By doing this, I intend to relatively quickly have the ability to end up one book weekly.

You can follow along on ExcellentReads to see what I’m reading, what books I end up, and the star ranking I provide each of them.

I’ve checked out a great deal of books about other wars, however I don’t believe I’ve checked out a book discussed the war in between North and South Korea. I liked the insight that this book offered into what it resembled to be a kid because period — from the food they consumed, the expectations put on them from moms and dads, or how they engaged with others. It offered a window into how women were seen extremely in a different way than kids by lots of and what it might have seemed like to be a woman because culture and period.

Brother’s Keeper is likewise the story of accomplishment in the middle of terrific difficulty. It’s a girl’s guts and love in between a sibling and sis.

It’s an unfortunate however likewise gorgeous story. I believed it was sluggish sometimes and seemed like it did not have depth of story-telling through parts of it, however I’m still actually pleased that I listened to it. And thank you to the fan who recommended it to me — I want I understood who you were so I might thank you personally!

Verdict: 3 stars

Did you end up any books today? If so, I’d like to hear what you check out!


A news media journalist always on the go, I've been published in major publications including VICE, The Atlantic, and TIME.

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