Such a Fun Age By Kiley Reid Ebook (PDF & EPUB Format)
A striking and amazing presentation novel from an elating new voice, Such a Fun Age is a page-turning and enormous hearted anecdote about race and benefit, set around a youthful dark sitter, her good natured manager, and an astounding association that takes steps to fix them both.
Alix Chamberlain is a lady who gets what she needs and has brought home the bacon telling other ladies the best way to do likewise. A mother to two little young ladies, she began as a blogger and has immediately incorporated herself with a certainty driven brand. So she is stunned when her sitter, Emira Tucker, is stood up to while viewing the Chamberlains’ little child one night. Seeing a youthful dark lady out late with a white kid, a security watch at their neighborhood very good quality grocery store blames Emira for hijacking two-year-old Briar. A little group accumulates, a spectator films everything, and Emira is irate and mortified. Alix sets out to make it right.
Be that as it may, Emira herself is erratic, down and out, and careful about Alix’s craving to help. At twenty-five, she is going to lose her medical coverage and has no clue how to manage her life. At the point when the video of Emira uncovers somebody from quite a while ago, the two ladies wind up on an intense training that will overturn all that they ponder themselves, and one another.
With sympathy and puncturing social critique, Such a Fun Age investigates the tenacity of value-based connections, making somebody “family,” the entangled truth of being an adult, and the outcomes of making the best choice for an inappropriate explanation.