Who’s your daddy is a lyrical genre-bending coming-of-age tale featuring a young, queer, black Guyanese American woman who, while seeking to define her own place in the world, negotiates an estranged relationship with her father.
The book is a hybrid memoir and discusses a broad subject line of the author growing up. Her absent father, spiritual condition, dreams, love, and life are carefully written and told in this book.
The literature is well written and thought out. The work is collaborative, interactive, and offers a truthful insight into the author’s intimate daily living and compassion.
I enjoyed reading this book. It made me go through many emotional stages. I felt empathy for the times where the author was going through hardship. Most of them did not need to have happened in the first place.
There are many memoirs out there. They are meant to tell a tale, and this one was in a poetic form, which made it different from all the other biographies.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read memoirs.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main