Hey champs, welcome to another book review on the blog. First of I want to wholly appreciate my dad of blessed memory who first introduced this book to me in 2008, three years after its first publication in 2006. If not for him, maybe I wouldn’t have had the interest to read this book. Back … Continue reading Book Review: Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta
A beautiful young widow of exemplary character. As I type this, I look towards the right-end of my laptop screen the time says 00:29 am. I am happy to write a review on this masterpiece. I really can’t explain the way I felt after reading the last page of this book that came hunting … Continue reading Book Review: The Concubine by Elechi Amadi
My people say proverbs are palm wine used to digest words easily. I dediced to read Chinua Achebe’s classic Things Fall Apart for the second time but in a different way. This time I took note of the Igbo proverbial wisdom that made the novel rich and sodden in the Igbo tradition and culture. Proverbs … Continue reading 10 African Proverbs From Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
"The Nigerian god loves election and politics. After you have bribed people to get the party nomination, used thugs to steal and stuff ballot boxes, intimated people into either sitting at home or voting for you, it is important to declare that your success is the will of the almighty God." Satire mirrors reality “Be(com)ing … Continue reading Book Review: Be(com)ing Nigerian- A Guide by Elnathan John
Ring the bell! This is my first tag post. So I’ll be talking of some engaging books I have in my shelf and the ones I once had and I wish to get my hands on again...............