What do you get when you put an immigrant couple who think the USA is the best thing after sliced bread, a rich American couple who seem to have achieved the American dream, some puff-puff and fried plantain in the city that never sleeps? A fascinating debut novel about marriage, class, race, the immigrant struggle and the pursuit of happiness.
The JJC Handbook: Adapting to the United Kingdom With Ease by Valerie Kerri Published by: Author Year of Publication: 2016 Genre: Non-Fiction; Guidebook Pages: 66 Source: Bought Publisher’s Summary The ‘JJC handbook’ is a collection of helpful advice gathered over time by Valerie Kerri, after she moved to the United Kingdom. With simple and easily adaptable steps, this book is invaluable to migrants from any country. My Thoughts If you are like most young Nigerians, you most likely have aspirations of getting educated outside the country. Or just a desire to emigrate in search of greener pastures. Some of you have even, whether passively or […]