A book review of The Woman Next Door by Yewande Omotoso. A fictional novel about octogenarian neighbours in Cape Town. It explores themes on the evils of racism, vulnerability of the strong and forgiveness.
Read our review of Amaka’s book, Thorns and Roses here. Obiamaka Chinelo Azie was born in Lagos and grew up in Lagos and Abuja. She has four siblings which includes […]
A book review of Thorns and Roses by Amaka Azie. A contemporary romance novel centred on thematic issues around the girl child in Nigeria.
Read our review of Victor’s book, Excuse Me! here. Victor Ehighale Ehikhamenor is from Edo State, Nigeria. He has a BA in English and Literary Studies from Ambrose Ali University, […]
A book review of Excuse Me! by Victor Ehikhamenor. A creative nonfiction collection of essays on socio cultural and socio political issues from a Nigerian’s perspective.
Yesterday, I read this article, Nigeria Has Produced Some of the World’s Best Authors—So Why Is Its Reading Culture So Poor? and was going to do a thread on Twitter […]
Read our review of Tomi’s book, Children of Blood and Bone here. Tomi Adeyemi was born in the United States 24 years ago, after her parents migrated from Nigeria.[i] She […]
A book review of Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. A Young Adult fantasy novel set in a fictional land, Orisha which explores themes of injustice, good vs evil and fate vs freewill.
Read our review of Ifesinachi’s book, The Domestication of Munachi here. Ifesinachi Okoli-Okpagu attended Queens College, Lagos and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Fine and Applied Arts from the University […]
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.