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Book Review – Children Of Blood And Bone By Tomi Adeyemi

“In a land of myth and a time of magic…” If you can instantly name where that quote comes from, then Children of Blood and Bone will give you serious deja vu. At least in the first few chapters. Set in the fictional land/country/nation of […]

Book Review – The Pressure Cooker by Nkiru Olumide-Ojo

There are many ways to describe this book but I’ll call The Pressure Cooker a self-help manual. Targeted at young, ambitious and clueless career women (aka moi) in desperate need of guidance, the author shares nuggets of wisdom on everything from dealing with sexism at work, […]

Book Review – Authentic Mama

Paulina (Iye Baby) is a businesswoman/professional mistress/sugar mummy. A force of nature who rules the “red light district” of Nimbe town (so to speak). Authentic Mama takes us through maybe a year of Iye Baby’s life as she goes through a midlife crisis or realization. When […]

Book Review – When We Speak Of Nothing By Olumide Popoola

When We Speak Of Nothing is a coming of age story about Karl, a transgender male who on top of having to deal with the constant bullying and discrimination which comes along with being different, has to take care of a mum so ill he needs […]

Book Review – Ghana Must Go By Taiye Selasi

Book Review – Ghana Must Go By Taiye Selasi

Ghana Must Go by Taiye Selasi Publisher: Penguin Books Release Date: January 2nd, 2014 Genre: Literary Fiction Format: Paperback Length: 318 Source: Bought Find It: Jumia Meet the Sais, a Nigerian-Ghanaian family living in the United States. A family prospering until the day father and surgeon Kweku Sai is victim of a grave […]