…Or A Feminist Manifesto In Fifteen Suggestions. Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie I know… I know, I’m letting on that I am in fact jobless, by doing such constant book reviews. Or am I jobless? Hmm…. I finished ‘Dear Ijeawele’, my first book in October within minutes. It’s a little book consisting of 53 pages and a rather flow-y message such that you can’t really pause to read later.
Author: Ayobami Adebayo I remember buying this book at Patabah the Saturday in July before I went back to Yola to complete my Law School program. That day, my heart was full of optimism, but my pocket was empty (no, not half empty). I, nevertheless, drew money from my savings and bought Stay With Me and a couple of other books. (I may have shed a regretful tear or two
Author: Chuma Nwokolo Just in case you’re not my best friend, or you’ve never really been around me, or you don’t listen to me well enough because I talk too much for you, I’m going to repeat this: I LOVE CHUMA NWOKOLO. There’s something about seeing a book by a particular writer and, without flipping it open, you just know that it’s going to be a
Today, I completed reading the book; I Do Not Come To You By Chance, written by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani. Ironically, the book came to me by sheer chance and was selected among the pile of other books by sheer happenstance but I loved every chapter of the book! Whenever I feel like I drool over every African literature I read, I remind myself that I have been reading some