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Kabana Republic (The Land of Hurricane), a fictional satirical memoir, tells the story of a young African graduate, whose dream of having a good life after leaving college becomes a mirage. 167 pages
The novel tells the story of Ike, a New York-based Nigerian cab driver who sets out to steal the statue of an ancient war deity from his home village and sell it to a New York gallery. Ike's plan is fueled by desperation. Paper back Pages: 335
Outrage is a story of struggle; the conflicts which have become associated with the exploration of oil in the Niger Delta are carefully blended with a love story, that of Boma and Sekibo, a factional leader of the Niger Delta militants. Pages: 474 Paper back
The novel revolves around four main characters: Enitan, Jibike, Asake and Adeoye. In these characters, the writer erects a conflict of love, the absurdity of hate and the strength of motherhood.285 pages Paper back
'I hope, sincerely, that this golden debut fills every barren space on the continent from the Karoo to the Sahara with the chlorophyll of hope…' – Tade Ipadeola, author, poet, winner Delphic Laurel in Poetry, (2009)210 pages Paper back
In this collection of poems, the poet explores poetry as catharsis, releasing the locked up emotion of rejection, spewing fumes of revulsion at unreciprocated love and other situations that betray social, economic and democratic ideals.Paper back Pages: 102
Just Thinking, Vol II demonstrates renewed passion, skill and a more versatile approach to the presentation of societal decadence in diverse forms in Nigeria specifically and the world at large. Paper back Pages: 112
This book is a blend of fact and fiction dramatizing the first one hundred years of Nigeria. Most of the characters and incidents in the book are real; the narrative is conceived and written as a novel.
Chris, Ikem and Beatrice are three like-minded friends working under the military regime of His Excellency, the Sandhurst-educated President of Kangan. In the pressurized atmosphere of oppression and intimidation they are simply trying to live and love - and remain friends. But in a world where each day brings a new betrayal, hope is hard to cling on to.
A masterly, haunting novel from a writer heralded by The Washington Post Book World as “the 21st-century daughter of Chinua Achebe,” Half of a Yellow Sun recreates a seminal moment in modern African history: Biafra’s impassioned struggle to establish an independent republic in Nigeria, and the chilling violence that followed.
Ezeulu, headstrong chief priest of the god Ulu, is worshipped by the six villages of Umuaro. But he is beginning to find his authority increasingly under threat - from his rivals in the tribe, from those in the white government and even from his own family.
Obi Okonkwo is an idealistic young man who, thanks to the privileges of an education in Britain, has now returned to Nigeria for a job in the civil service. However in his new role he finds that the way of government seems to be backhanders and corruption.