If you enjoyed Memorial Drive, then you’ll love Aftershocks.
“"Aftershocks was a really well written, compelling memoir that frequently brought you to the edge of your seat. Nadia Owusu covers many hot topics throughout her life, equating them to the before shocks, main shocks, and aftershocks of earthquakes, which are sprinkled throughout her life. Some of the most powerful moments for me were of Owusu's internal struggle with her heritage–she is mixed race, her father Ghanian and her mother Armenian American, both with complicated family histories and inherited trauma. Owusu covers so much and keeps you reading to spend more time with her and her amazing and complicated life. If anything, she almost covers too much and had my head and heart hurting from the numerous time and subject jumps that are all neatly tied together with the earthquake metaphor. This memoir is for anyone who cares about how race and identity overlap and intersect throughout a person's life. The audiobook is also beautifully narrated by the author and is much worth the listen!"”Kimi, Buttonwood Books and Toys
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