emotional hopeful informative reflective medium-paced
The thing I have always loved about Trevor Noah is how brilliant of a storyteller he is, and it certainly shines through here! Trevor has incredibly insightful social commentary (as always) which is peppered throughout his reflections on different stories that shaped his early life. I learned so much about South Africa, and the very grassroots impacts of apartheid which I don't think I'd have learned otherwise. Really really good book.
Graphic: Alcoholism, Classism, Gun violence, Domestic abuse, and Colonisation
Moderate: Police brutality, Sexism, Injury/injury detail, and Medical content