Blurb Against all odds, Mileva Maric arrived at the Polytechnic in Zurich, determined to make something of herself in the male-dominated world of physics. She almost succeeded too, dazzling her colleagues with her unusual brilliance and winning the respect of the erstwhile disdainful Professor Weber. Then she fell in love.Read More →

Efunsetan Aniwura is a wealthy, childless chieftain in Ibadan, where Latoosa is the Aare. She has lands and slaves to till them until their backs are sore. An especially wicked woman, she beats her slaves black and blue for the smallest missteps and beheads them at will, especially if they dare to get pregnant.Read More →

By Franklyne Ikediasor Under the Udala Trees is a coming of age story like no other, one that shocks us, scares us, tugs at our heart strings and lifts the veil on a lot of the issues we pretend to forget. In this brilliant novel, Chinelo Okparanta manages to take on the horror of the Nigerian civil war and like Adichie in Half of a yellow Sun, she focuses on people whose lives were changed by the war rather than on the war itself. It’s a story of a shy young girl coming into her own, a story of humans becoming unfeeling to death andRead More →

Hiiii! Remember that time when I came here to weep about how I couldn’t get books? Well, that’s changed! Now, I have so many options, I have to be placed on a ban periodically. Fellow book hoarders nerds, let me share with you some of the places where I get my fix:Read More →