21 February 2008

The Dark Child:The Autobiography of an African Boy

This book is a few of the memories of Camara Laye's childhood in Guinea. It's a simple book, and quite short, and I thought it was a touch underwhelming, although there really wasn't anything in particular that I didn't like. But I wasn't caught up in it. It's worth reading though to see a tiny glilmpse into one boy's experiences growing up in Guinea in the 1930s.

1 comment:

  1. Sometimes, those short ones are the best. Not enough to weigh them down, or bore you. On the other hand, not enough to really grab you, either.