A book review of The Domestication of Munachi by Ifesinachi Okpagu. A fictional novel which explores themes of the power of tradition, self-preservation, domestic violence, materialism and self-discovery.
Read our review of Eghosa’s book, Fine Boys here. Eghosa Imasuen was born in 1976 and grew up in Warri, Delta State in Nigeria. He studied medicine at the University […]
A book review of Fine Boys by Eghosa Imasuen. Set in Warri and Benin, Fine Boys is a fictional coming of age book about the evils of cultism in Nigerian Universities.
Read our review of Edify’s book, After They Left here. Edify Yakusak is from Kaduna State but was born and raised in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. She started writing at […]
A book review of After They Left by Edify Yakusak. A thriller set in Jos, Nigeria which explores themes of war and violence, injustice and the human will to survive.
Read our review of Dami’s book, Clinical Blues here. Dami Ajayi is from Ondo State but spent his childhood in Ado Ekiti in the 1980s and later, in Lagos, Nigeria […]
A book review of Clinical Blues by Dami Ajayi. A poetry collection which explores themes on Love, Death, Suffering and Music.
Read our review of Ola’s book, Love Me Unconditionally here. Ola Awonubi grew up in 70’s England until age 10 when she went to Nigeria with her family. She completed […]
A book review of Love Me Unconditionally by Ola Awonubi. A fictional contemporary romance novel exploring themes of childlessness, societal pressure and coping with bereavement.
I started my journey into reading Nigerian romance again, (sans Pacesetter books – because I read those ones between ages 7 and 12) with Ankara Press novels. Sometime in 2011, […]