May 2019 Reading and Book Reviews List

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Hi guys, this post informs you about the books we will review this May and gives you an opportunity to read these books with us each week.

You may read as many or as few of the books on the list as you want. You are welcome to share your thoughts on the book(s) you read when we publish the weekly reviews.

Read April 2019 Reading and Book Reviews List here.

Books for May:

May 6 – The House my Father Built by Adewale Maja-Pearce. Fiction. Available on Amazon and Okadabooks.

Update: Read our review here.

The House my Father Built

May 13 – Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon by Nike Campbell-Fatoki. Fiction. Short stories. Available on Amazon and Okadabooks.

Update: Listen to Mo’s audio review here.

Bury Me

May 20 – Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta. Fiction. Available on Amazon and Okadabooks.

Update: Read our review here.

Everything Good Will Come

May 27 – When Lemons Grow on Orange Trees by Diekara Oloruntoba-Oju. Fiction. Available on Okadabooks.

Update: Listen to Lady B’s audio review here.

When Lemons Grow

Do you have a book by a Nigerian author or publisher on your reading list for May? Please share it in the comments section.

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    • I love it too. Definitely the aunty look. 😅 Btw, I think you’ll like the song in my latest audio review. I thought of you when I was making the selection when I heard the bit of Igbo in it. And I finished the Girl He Used to Know. Good recommendation, thanks!

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  1. The House my Father Built by Adewale Maja was an interesting read. The author was accurate about Lagos then, it has changed for the better now, not the best, better. Looking forward for other books shared above. Thanks

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