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Yonder [Book Review]


Yonder by Jabari Asim is in a sense a slave narrative but it differs from others as it doesn’t just follow one particular character but rather a group. And specifically a group comprised of people who share typical relationships that we might take for granted. Within the group are two sets of couples who share romantic love at different stages. A couple of soon-to-be parents anxious about the birth of their child. Another couple apprehensive about taking a chance to find love in a new relationship after multiple heartbreaks. And then overall friendship between all of the members of the group.


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