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Books to read this coming week.

Hey, guys welcome. And I have started a new book series. Make sure to buy them and read because I promise you that will be super interesting

We were in March when the pandemic happened and boom we are already in December. Hope your December will be detty because we are supposed to be grateful for many things this year, like the pandemic didn’t reach us and our family.

This year people got married. I thought this year was stressful for all of us.

    To celebrate the beginning of this detty December we are going to start this section of this blog today. So this are the books I have read this lockdown period and I am recommending for you guys to read. What I mean is, the books that I think are interesting to read. Now these book are good reads and they are all African books.

This is my week top 5

1: wars girls by Tochi Onyebuchi

The year is 2172. Climate change and nuclear disasters have rendered much of earth unlivable. Only the lucky ones have escaped to space colonies in the sky. In a war torn Nigeria. Deadly mechs and soldiers are outfitted with bionic limbs and artificial organs meant to protect them from the harsh, radiation heavy climate. Across the nation, as the year’s long civil war wages on, survival becomes the only way of life.

Two sisters, Onyii and Ify, dream of more. They lived in political unrest. A war between the Nigerians and Biafra. Still, they dream of peace, of hope, of a future together.

And they’re willing to fight an entire war to get there.

I have read this book and this book is everything. I don’t know why maybe it’s because it took place in Nigeria and a Nigerian writer wrote this book. Starving young Biafra children to death, shooting down aids for them on the plane. Like she said what really happened in real life, the Nigerian civil war killed a lot of Igbos.  So this is a must read, let me know what you think.

Tochi told the story of what really happened in the Civil War.

2 pet by Akwaeke Emezi

Read Pet by Akwaeke Emezi

This touching story has to do with child abuse and it is a forbidden thing in this (child abuse) world. They had an old world which was filled with monsters,{who are child abusers} .

so this little children set out to find this monster living in one of their houses. I felt this story because they were looking for something right in front of them.

3 the girl with the louding voice by abi dare


This book tells of a young girl who was sold to her husband who already had 4 wives and children that was her age mate. One of the wives died and they blamed her for it so She ran away and later went to live as an housemaid which is practically a slave in this book. Someone helped her get a scholarship because the person didn’t have a child of her own.

4: homecoming by Yaa Gyasi


This book is a must read. I know all the books in this post is a must read. And I am just saying African writers are super talented. Like WHAT was she thinking when she wrote this? It’s about a two sisters who doesn’t know each other.

One was married to a slave trader and the other was sold into slavery.

Their fifth generation children later came to know themselves. This book talked about the journey of all 5 generations. Mad blowing.


5 children of blood and bone by Tomi Adeyemi


I am not reviewing this book, I don’t want to spoil any part for you lol. I don’t know where to start from but!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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