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Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun by Sarah Ladipo Manyika

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Title: Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun

Author: Sarah Ladipo Manyika

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Number of Pages: 126

Publication Year: April 11, 2017

Publisher: Cassava Republic Press

ISBN: 978-1911115045

Available at: Amazon Stores

Short Description: Morayo Da Silva, a cosmopolitan Nigerian woman, lives in San Francisco. Almost seventy-five, she has a zest for life and enjoys road trips in her vintage Porsche. But when Morayo has an accident, crushing her independence, she is prompted to reassess her relationships and recollect her past life and loves. A humorous, joyful read.

Category: Literary

 

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Echoes at the Crack of Dawn (Short Title) by Tunde Dada

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Title: Echoes at the Crack of Dawn : A Collection of Poems

Author: Tunde Dada

Genre: Poetry

Format: eBook

File Size: N/A

Number of Pages: 141

Publication Year: December 15, 2016

Publisher: Emhai Books

ISBN: 978-978-54750-9-8

Available at: N/A

Short Description: The arrangement of the collection of poems in the ECHOES AT THE CRACK OF DAWN follows a continuous and sequential flow of subject matters. From the beginning to the very end, coherence is sustained through themes, lucid diction and images that give a perfect match of contents and contexts. It addresses and redresses the contemporary socio-political issues, lost heritage, matters of the heart and also captures the cultural aesthetics of Africa in a new voice, born of creativity and originality. . . . It is a logical, didactic and rhythmical collection that is fun to read for its rhymes on the lines. A picture, they say is more than a thousand words, the paper back alone speaks volume.

Category: Poetry

 

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Paths in the Woods by M Blair Pessemier

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Title: Paths in the Woods

Author: M Blair Pessemier

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Number of Pages: 396

Publication Year: May 12, 2017

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 978-1521199442

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Short Description: The year is 1975. Young American operative Steve “Tsetse” Seidel arrives in Nigeria to filter classified information from the Dark Continent under the cover of a Lagos based aircraft parts facility. “Tsetse” is a scrappy engineer the Agency decides to let fly solo on this assignment. All in Lagos is not as expected, and while struggling with cultural and business practices, Seidel is forced to rely on four recent hires at the parts company (Laidi, Dhobi, “Sam” and Dad), his acquired village dog Kobos, as well as Bisola—a dangerously beautiful University student he meets at the nightclub Bacchus. Seidel senses something is drastically wrong within the U.S. espionage network. Chance discoveries on his part lead down trails of Russian and Chinese involvements. He has fallen in love with Africa and, in trying to protect those closest to him, must flee. Moral, mental and spiritual compass points shift as he searches for the proper path.

Category: Thriller, Espionage

 

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Ojaadili and the War of the Three Kings by Chidi Martin Obi

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Title: Ojaadili and the War of the Three Kings: Book One of the Song of the Slayer Series

Author: Chidi Martin Obi

Genre: Fiction

Format: eBook (Sigil)

File Size: 736 KB

Number of Pages: 300

Publication Year: January 3, 2017

Publisher: Sierra Formosa Publishing Nigeria

ISBN: 978-978-938-461-7

Available at: Okada Books

Short Description: Humankind besieged, from amidst and from beneath! Igboland, West Africa, many many centuries ago…

    For young Ojaadili, scion of the gods and son of thunder, daily life is, for a while now, laidback…Well, till those sinister giant crocodile attacks in the peaceful kingdom of Nri set him off on a string of new adventures.

    Accompany Ojaadili Udeoba, black Africa’s quintessential superhero, in this dazzling surreal epic of high adventure, seething intrigue, steamy romance and boundless magic as the wonder lad is armed by the good Eze Nri and his warrior-wizards and loved by the sultry Adiba, most sensual of goddesses.

    Amidst a looming final war from humankind’s insidious adversaries, the demon slayer, with his grotesque but fecund flutist and guide Ogwumagana, battles marauders and numerous demons, an ape king, his beast-warriors and his loathsome sorcerer, and begins a destiny’s journey to the final battle in the lair of the shape-shifting and lascivious Agali and her Dark Lord, Duom, the demon king of darkness. There the undaunted slayer seeks to retrieve that final Element of Power in humankind’s ultimate quest to forever vanquish evil.

Category: Folklore, Fantasy

 

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Citizen Perry (A Confession) by Chidi Martin Obi

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Title: Citizen Perry (A Confession) Book Two of The Songhai Chronicle

Author: Chidi Martin Obi

Genre: Fiction

Format: eBook (Sigil)

File Size: 0.98 MB

Number of Pages: 300

Publication Year: December 15, 2016

Publisher: Sierra Formosa Publishing Nigeria

ISBN: 978-978-957-868-9  

Available at: Okada Books

Short Description: Clearly fallen from all grace, Ekwemnachukwu Peter ‘Perry’ Obalum, dashing senator and grab-it-all politician, survives detention penitent. But can his penance with hard labour in an abbey, which conjures up ghosts from his sordid past; covetousness, embezzlement, serial adultery and accession to mass murder, enable him and quietly-expiring Abbot Peter Karl von Kaunitz, and Kanayochukwu Agu, a comely virgin from the valleys, find renewed faith, forgiveness and hope?

Category: Political Thriller, Social Commentary

 

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When Vultures Die by Chidi Martin Obi

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Title: When Vultures Die: Book One of The Songhai Chronicle

Author: Chidi Martin Obi

Genre: Fiction

Format: eBook (Sigil)

File Size: 853 KB

Number of Pages: 392

Publication Year: August 20, 2016

Publisher: Sierra Formosa Publishing Nigeria

ISBN: 978-978-957-858-0   

Available at: Okada Books

Short Description: PRETTY MISS JIDENMA CHARLENE MUNONYEDI, going on twenty-five, has just lost her doting and famous philanthropist father suddenly in a helicopter crash during her national youth service. Months after, she is asked to run for mayor of her backward Ide division. This is an affair which Jidenma will find pretty laughable given her apathy towards partisan politics.

However, with her mother, her fiancé and other well-wishers lending their hands, Jidenma reluctantly accepts the battle of a lifetime that will pit her against the lecherous, superbly corrupt and yet ever-scheming POWER party kingpin, Sir NKEMENA PAULSON EGWIM, and his cohort.

But vowing never to rig the polls in her quest to her people’s dream mayor, how far will this political neophyte go against a ruthless POWER cabal that is hell-bent on retaining her stranglehold on this oil-rich constituency? So as the campaigns spread from her homebase to the fiery slums and the numerous epidemic-prone ghettos and into the flood-ravaged riverine extensions of her definitively-backward but oil-rich Ide division, how on earth can the naive Jidenma and her PASUMA party make history for Africa?

Category: Political Thriller, Social Commentary

 

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Beyond Mercy (Short Title) by Femi Obadun

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Title: Beyond Mercy: How God’s Grace and Mercy Could Lead You Into Continuous Miraculous Experiences

Author: Femi Obadun

Genre: Non-fiction

Format: Paperback/E-book

Book Dimension: 5.5 x 8.5

File Size (E-book): 658 KB

Number of Pages (Paperback): 256

Publication Year: January 21, 2017

Publisher: Femi Obadun

ISBN: 978-9789565429

Available at: Amazon.com

Short Description: Twice in my life, I’d been involved in terrible car accident which could have led to untimely death, but for the mercy of God only, it was prevented. And I was a terrible sinner then. I know you also can recall several instances in your life when God had prevented some bad things from happening to you. I also know that you can only attribute such deliverance to nothing but the Mercy of God. But friend, God wants each of us to move beyond this Common Mercy into enjoying the fullness of His Grace. That Saving Grace entered into my life while attending a 3-day prayer and fasting program as a visitor at the Mountain of Fire and Miracle Church, Karu, Abuja in 2009.The last cigarette I took the evening before the program was the last I had ever taken. That divine encounter led to terminating the 15 years of addiction to smoking and drinking of alcohol. Also two years after the program, I was delivered from 21 years of sleeplessness (also known as Insomnia). These all happened through the Grace of God and by the application of certain Biblical principles stated in this book. If the person follows these principles which led to the restoration of my battered destiny and currently giving my life stability and meaning, then such a person will surely in no distant time give a testimony. God is no respecter of persons, if HE has done it for me, HE can as well do it for anyone.

Category: Christian Literature

 

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