A book review of My Mind Is No Longer Here by Sylva Nze Ifedigbo. A fictional story set in Lagos about four men’s desires to escape Nigeria, and the criminal organisation which offers them a chance to migrate.
A book review of My Little Girl by Seun Odukoya. Nonfiction with doses of fiction. A memoir of sorts about fatherhood, self-discovery and love.
A book review of Night Dancer by Chika Unigwe. A fictional story about self-discovery and the difficulties of challenging the status quo in society.
A book review of Of Children Born To Us by Ife Olujuyigbe. A collection of fictional short stories with children as the central theme.
A book review of Jewel from the Ghetto by Qudus Oko-Osi. A fictional contemporary romance novel set in Lagos.
A book review of Seasons of Crimson Blossoms by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim. A fictional contemporary romance story which explores several themes including; love, loss, death, religion, politics and family.
An audio book review of When Lemons Grow on Orange Trees by Diekara Oloruntoba-Oju. A fictional story of loss, death and grief, it’s also a story about family, friendship and the will to survive.
An audio book review of Unfriending Mama by Sharon Salu. A fictional tale about a young man, Dekunle’s decision to remain friends with or unfriend his mother on Facebook.
A book review of Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta. Fiction. A coming of age novel which follows the lives of two eleven-year-old girls, Enitan and Sheri over two decades.
An audio book review of Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon by Nike Campbell-Fatoki. Fiction: Short stories.