A book review of The Seeing Place by Aziza Eden Walker. A fictional contemporary romance novel set in Cape Town which explores themes of self-reliance, feminism and social mobility.
A book review of The Crazy Nigerian by Tonwa Anthony. An entertaining nonfiction coming of age autobiography of a Nigerian man.
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.
A book review of Thorns and Roses by Amaka Azie. A contemporary romance novel centred on thematic issues around the girl child in Nigeria.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A book review of Finding Love Again by Chioma Iwunze-Ibiam. A fictional contemporary romance novel exploring themes of love and sacrifice, the evils of racism and heartbreak of betrayal.