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.
Read our review of Hannah’s book, Wine and Water here. Hannah Onoguwe is from Delta State. She was born in Ibadan, grew up in Jos, served her National Youth Service […]
A book review of Wine and Water by Hannah Onoguwe. A delightful collection of twelve fictional short stories on contemporary romance with alternative endings to happily ever after.
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 Chioma’s book, Finding Love again here. Chioma Iwunze-Ibiam is from Ebonyi State. She has a BTech in Computer Science and a postgraduate diploma in Education.[i] She […]