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Reclaiming

Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9781529389517

Price: £16.99

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'Yewande Biala offers piercing honesty and a sisterly voice ... a must-read book for not only Gen Z, but for anyone who has ever been on social media.' - The Skinny
'I absolutely loved it. I think it's clear to anyone who's read Yewande's earlier essay that she's a phenomenal writer and talent, and this is an incredible debut. Empowering, instructive, loving & honest...the kind of text that makes me excited to be a reader' -- Beth McColl
'I'm so proud of the strong, intelligent woman Yewande is. She is using her platform and own experiences to educate, inspire, empower and to help others!' -- Amy Hart
'This book highlights the topics and issues we still face in our society daily, including some that I've struggled with myself. I think it's hugely important we keep having these conversations and this book certainly helps do just that.' -- Olivia Bowen
'Girl to girl, Reclaiming is comforting, yet inspiring. Yewande has admirably opened up about her experiences growing up and facing difficulties such as colourism and mental health problems, how she's so bravely over come them and found her voice. I whole heartedly recommend this book to anyone mixed up in this complex generation looking for a relatable, authentic and aspirational read.' -- Demi Jones
'Reclaiming is more than just a book title. It's a statement. It's power. It's an announcement. It's a force I feel Yewande is making on behalf of all men and women of colour. Thank you Yewande.' -- Rachel Finni
'Reclaiming is a brilliantly written and thought provoking book. Through amazing story telling, Yewande highlights the richness in her culture that so many other black women can relate to. It was extremely gripping right from beginning.' -- Oloni
'A deep, internal exploration of what it means to be a young, ambitious Black woman in the public eye, living in the UK and Ireland today. Searingly honest with flecks of humour.' -- Maame Blue

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