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Book Review #22 - On Black Sisters' Street

On Black Sisters’ Street starts with this quote from Brian Chikwava’s Seventh Street Alchemy; “Armed with a vagina and the will to survive, she knew that destination would never lay claim to her.” 823 more words


Book Review #21 - Half Of A Yellow Sun

Half of a Yellow Sun, written by Chimamanda Adichie and published in 2006 is a book set in the sixties and tells the story of the Biafran war with the characters being victims of the war. 245 more words


A Conspiracy of Ravens by Othuke Ominiabohs

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Title: A Conspiracy of Ravens

Author: Othuke Ominiabohs

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback/Ebook (Kindle) 183 more words

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Book Review #17- Things Fall Apart

I was walking down the streets of Obalende, Lagos the other day when I glanced at a particular book seller. I had not planned to buy any book but as I caught the sight of ‘Things fall Apart’, I changed my mind immediately. 349 more words


Miscellaneous Updates : I joined a Book Club! etc.

I Joined a Book Club!

So, I can bet there will be or are quite a number of book clubs in Nigeria, but I haven’t actually haven’t ever heard of one,¬†even if I have it’s more or less related to school, or some assignment… never encountered one for actual book lovers or for people who read for fun. 605 more words

Book Blog


so ummm I’ve decided to do a book review, I’m new at this so bear with me. I read a lot of books; novels, autobiographies but I mostly live for fiction, any book that can temporarily transport me to another place and time is usually the best bet. 287 more words