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Queenie is a beautiful African-American fictional novel written by Candice Carty-Williams. The narration of this novel is done by Shvorne Marks, who has pulled off a super exciting performance with all thanks to the great exception and the strong voice, which the character of this novel demanded.
The Bridget Jones Diary’s meets up with the Americanah in this boldly political, disarmingly honest and exceptionally inclusive book, which will speak to everyone and anyone, who has gone deep in finding love and got something completely different in its place.
The story of this novels revolves around Queenie Jenkins, who is the central character of this book and is a fine 25 years old woman of Jamaican British origin. She is living in London and delaing with two different cultures. However, she was not able to slot herself into either. She used to work at a newspaper, where she is regularly forced to compare herself to her white skin peers from the middle class. After a messy and painful breakup from her white skinned long term friend, Queenie looks to comfort herself in all the weird and wrong places, including a good range of other men, who do not have a good job that occupies the brain space and then a bad job of upholding the self-worth.
As Queenie manages to carry herself from one dubious decision to another, she discovers herself thinking that What are you doing? Why at all you are doing this? Who exactly you want to be? All of these are the questions that all women of today must face in a world, which is trying hard to answer them all for her.