REVIEW: The Conversation: How Black Men and Women Can Build Loving, Trusting Relationships by Hill Harper


This book was lent to me by a friend whose book club I was invited to attend.  Even though I DNF’d the book, it did lead to a very lively group discussion.

I didn’t finish the book for any other reason than it didn’t bring anything to the fore that was new…at least not by the 50% mark, which is where I stopped.  The writing was well-done and the advice was good, but unless someone has never been in a relationship, it felt cliched.  Seems everyone with an ounce of celebrity wants to tell us mere mortals how to have a good relationship, even if they are just repeating what the last person said.