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‘My Books Of The Year.’ – Franklyne Ikediasor

2016 has been a great year for Nigerian literature and by extension African literature, and I am both personally excited for all that happened and looking forward to an even bigger 2017. As is customary with me at the end of each year, I will be sharing the best books ...

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“The pen is my voice. My voice is my opinion.” – says Writer Othuke Ominiabohs in New ‘A Conspiracy of Ravens’ Interview

Guest reviewer on Classic FM 97.3’s Book On Review, Chiedozie Dike, got together with Othuke Ominiabohs, writer of recently released crime thriller, A Conspiracy of Ravens, to talk about everything concerning his book. Check below for the illuminating interview. Dike: A Conspiracy of Ravens is your second novel and it’s ...

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BOOK REVIEW: A Conspiracy Of Ravens

Crime fiction – or conspiracy stories, if you like – is not a genre Nigerians write a lot; this year, I think I have just come across just one of such books (Easy Motion Tourist by Leye Adenle). So I was very excited to read A Conspiracy Of Ravens by ...

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I was very wary before reading the book Odufa; mostly because the book had a massive PR machine driven majorly by the social media. There was a lot of talk about the book, including a hashtag, but nothing actually on its content. I observed it the way I observe food ...

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