Fine Boys by Eghosa Imasuen

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fine-boysTitle:  Fine Boys

Author: Eghosa Imasuen

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8

Number of Pages: 380

Publication Year: May 30, 2012

Publisher: Farafina-Kachifo

ISBN: 978-978-50187-1-4

Available at: Bookstores nationwide

Short Description: Warri, October 1992: Seething with idleness and nonchalance, sick of watching his parents fight, 16-year-old Ewaen is waiting for university to begin, waiting for something to happen. Months later, Ewaen and friends are finally enrolled as freshmen at the University of Benin. Their routine now consists of hanging out in a parking lot trading jibes, chasing girls and sex, and learning to manage the staff strikes and crumbling infrastructure. But Nigerian campuses in the 1990s can be dangerous places, too. Violent confraternities stake territories and stalk for new recruits. An incident of petty crime snowballs into tragedy…

Fine Boys is Eghosa Imasuen’s second novel. In the witty, colloquial style fast becoming his trademark, Imasuen presents everyday Nigerian life against the backdrop of the pro-democracy riots of the 1980s and ‘90s, the lost hopes of June 12th, and the terror of the Abacha years. Indeed Fine Boys is a chronicle of not just a time in Nigeria, but its post-Biafran generation.
Fine Boys was first published in e-book format in September, 2011.

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How Laziness Saved My Life by Okechukwu Ofili

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how-laziness-saved-my-lifeTitle:  How Laziness Saved My Life

Author: Okechukwu Ofili

Genre: Non-Fiction (Self-help)

Format: Paper back

Book Dimensions: 5 x 8

Number of Pages: 178

Publication Year: May 28, 2012

Publisher: Ofilispeaks

ISBN: 978-0984572533

Available at: and major bookstores in nationwide like Silverbird Lagos, Silverbird Abuja, Silverbird Port-Harcourt, The Hub Media Lagos, Laterna Lagos and Terraculture Lagos.

Short Description: How Laziness Saved My Life is a hilarious attack at the way corporations and businesses push themselves and their employees to the brink of stress. With chapters such as “Three Things I Learned From Getting Kicked In The Head” and “Why We Need Fewer Meetings and Managers” Ofili is able to poke fun at the work institution as we know it but at the same time offers up simple solutions for Managers and Entrepreneurs for getting the most out of themselves and their employees without killing anyone in the process. If you have ever been stressed at work or felt like strangling your Manager then you need to get this book. . . .

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The Playthings of War by Opeyemi Dedayo

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The Play Things of WarTitle:  The Playthings of War

Author: Opeyemi Dedayo

Genre: Drama

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 5.2 x 7.6

Number of Pages:  78

Publication Year: February 28, 2012

Publisher: Inkdepth Publishers

ISBN: 978-978-5050-3-0

Available at: Inkdepth Publishers, Suite 12 Nana Complex, London Street, Minna.

08053358255, 08095215756, 08055612359 & Bookshops nationwide.

Short Description: The Playthings of War is a verse drama that employs indiginous motifs to address contemporary issues. Personified, War declares, ‘I am War!/ The omnipresent vagabond/I reap in the finale of a weak bond… He vowed to gain dominance in the affairs of earthlings in one day. The playwright used this premonitory deadline to foster swift interplay of characters with rich poetic lines. The play’s climax underscores war as fratricidal tragedy usually caused by trivial things.

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The Lore of Karmalu by Azubuike Eyes Okoro


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KamaluTitle:  The Lore of Karmalu

Author: Azubuike Eyes Okoro

Genre: Fiction

Format: Tradeback

Book Dimensions: 6 x 9

Number of Pages:  222

Publication Year: April 29, 2012

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781468124934

Available at: CreateSpace Store

Short Description: Drawing a thin line between fact and fiction; this tale proves that reality can be more DRAMATIC than any fiction.

A transcendental concept of retribution that cuts across the oriental, western, and eastern cultures of the world. Artistically portrayed here in popular culture and for POSTERITY:
The Lore of Karmalu’ is a metaphysical gift from the Igbo people of West Africa to the world.

The individual versus the society; morality is put to test in the sociopolitical arena of the largest black nation. Accentuated by an abstraction of graphic illustrations, this story takes the imagination to uncanny dimensions.

The author blends the three forms of writing: Poetry, Prose and Drama into a seamless story telling device; a style he calls his own.

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The Voice of One Woman by Mettabel Okulaja

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the-voice-of-one-womanTitle:  The Voice of One Woman

Author: Mettabel Okulaja

Genre: Non-Fiction (Memoir)

Format: Paper back

Book Dimensions: 5.9 x 8.9

Number of Pages:  116

Publication Year: February 28, 2012

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 978-1619047976

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Short Description: This book is as an anthology of poems, anecdotes and messages, adequately referencing relevant biblical scriptures. It primarily deals with self-image and how to embrace who you are, and all of who you are and believe that you are “fearfully and wonderfully made…”

The Voice of One Woman is the first book by Adepero Mettabel Okulaja, MD, a practicing internal medicine physician in Bloomington, Minnesota. Dr. Okulaja continues to write as she pursues her other passion: the art of healing body, soul, and spirit.

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The Whispering Trees by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

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the-whispering-treesTitle: The Whispering Trees

Author: Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

Genre: Fiction (Short Stories)

Format: Paper back

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Number of Pages:  161

Publication Year: April, 2012

Publisher: Parrésia Publishers

ISBN: 978-978-923-725-8

Available at: Various outlets nationwide

Short Description: The Whispering Trees, award-winning writer Abubakar Adam Ibrahim’s debut collection of short stories, employs nuance, subtle drama and deadpan humour to capture colourful Nigerian lives.

There’s Kyakkyawa, who sparks forbidden thoughts in her father and has a bit of angels and witches in her; there’s the mysterious butterfly girl who just might be an incarnation of Ohikwo’s long dead mother; there’s also a flummoxed white woman caught between two Nigerian brothers and an unfolding scandal; and, of course, the two medicine men of Mazade who battle against their egos, an epidemic and an enigmatic witch.

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City of Memories by Richard Ali

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City of memoriesTitle:  City of Memories

Author: Richard Ali

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paper back

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Number of Pages:  296

Publication Year: May, 2012

Publisher: Black Palms

ISBN: 978-978-923-726-5

Available at: Various outlets nationwide

Short Description: City of Memories follows four characters negotiating the effect of various traumas. Towering above them is the story of Ummi al-Qassim, a princess of Bolewa, and the feud that attended her love—first for a nobleman, then for a poet—a feud that bequeaths her with madness and death. All four are bracketed by the modern city of Jos in Central Nigeria, where political supremacy and perverse parental love become motives for an ethno-religious eruption calculated to destroy the Nigeria State . . .

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Under a Darkling Sky by Isaac Attah Ogezi

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Under a darkening skyTitle:  Under a Darkling Sky

Author: Isaac Attah Ogezi

Genre: Drama

Format: Paper back

Book Dimensions: 5.7 x 8.2

Number of Pages:  92

Publication Year: May 12, 2012

Publisher: Hybun Publications International

ISBN: 978-978-8449-07-2

Available at: Hybun Publictions International, Suite 67, National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos. 08033728286;07085650349

Short Description: Under a Darkling Sky dramatizes the life and times of Ken Saro-Wiwa, the renowned environmental activist-cum-writer, who placed his community far above his individual life, and eventually paid the supreme price by dying for his Ogoni people in the Niger Delta region of the West African nation-state called Nigeria.

Ken Saro-Wiwa was tried by a kangaroo  military tribunal, the Ogoni Civil Disturbances Tribunal, convicted and sentenced along with eight other Ogonis to be hanged on trumped-up charges of complicity and incitement of the deaths of four Ogoni elders in May, 1994

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Sarah House by Ifeanyi Ajaegbo

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Sarah's HouseTitle:  Sarah House

Author: Ifeanyi Ajaegbo

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Number of Pages:  264

Publication Year: March 1, 2012

Publisher: Pan Macmillan-South Africa

ISBN: 9781770102194

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Short Description: Nita wakes up one night to discover herself in a dark world very different from the life of opportunities promised to her by Slim, the man she loved and trusted to take her away from the small island town of Opobo, Nigeria. Soon she realises she is a slave, bought and sold without her consent and forced into a life of prostitution and sleazy strip clubs.

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K-Leg Protocol by P. Nnaemeka Nwaneri

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k-leg-protocolTitle:  K-Leg Protocol

Author: P. Nnaemeka Nwaneri

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback & E-book

Book Dimensions: 5 x 8/591 KB

Number of Pages:  316

Publication Year: January 4, 2012

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN/EBK: 978-1-467880800/ 978-1-46788017

Available at:, Barnes & Noble, Google Books, Amazon.

Short Description: John Ikeoha, a journalist, is determined to find out why the village of Neke is set ablaze. From his house he begins to experience obstacles because his wife, Edith, has divergent views and aspirations. And his wife’s unsettled past isn’t known to him.

Yet, he must overcome his wife’s antics if he is to make headway in his search to unveil the mystery behind the mayhem.

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The Ghost of Sani Abacha by Chuma Nwokolo


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the-ghost-of-sani-abacha1Title:  The Ghost of Sani Abacha

Author: Chuma Nwokolo

Genre: Fiction (Short Story)

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Number of Pages:  309

Publication Year: January 9, 2012

Publisher: County Books

ISBN: 978-978-2190-10-9

Available at:,, Silverbird Media Stores (Nationwide), Debonair Books, Yaba, Lagos, TerraKulture, Victoria Island, Lagos, Readers and Leaders Bookshop, Abuja &other outlets.

Short Description: Tales of life and love in the aftermath of autocracy

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The Orphan by A. U. Aliche


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the-orphanTitle:  The Orphan

Author: A. U. Aliche

Genre: Literary Non-Fiction (Biography)

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 5.5 x 8

Number of Pages:  200

Publication Year: March 20, 2012

Publisher: Truth is Universal Publishers

ISBN: 978-978-923-035-8

Available at: Genesis Bookshop Luzumba Plaza by Area 10 Utc Abuja, Truth is Universal Publishers, 28 Okpu-umuobo Rd. Aba, also at English Department, Abia State University, Uturu.

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Short Description: A. U. Aliche presents the story of his father Aliche Ufomba, The orphan, who decides to convert the challenges of life into stepping stones with which he rode the horse of greatness. He presents a character who falls in proper place with Zig Ziglars findings that: 75% of 300 world class leaders are raised in poverty and abused as children. It is a tale of Destiny!

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The Spider King’s Daughter by Chibundu Onuzo

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The Spider King's DaughterTitle:  The Spider King’s Daughter

Author: Chibundu Onuzo

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Book Dimensions: 6 x 9

Number of Pages:  304

Publication Year: March 15, 2012

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 978-0571268894

Available at: Barnes & Noble,

Short Description:

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Shores of Despair by Merit Gogo-fyneface

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Title: Shores of Despair

Author: Merit Gogo-fyneface

Genre: Fiction

Format: Paperback

Book Dimension:

Number of Pages: 106

Publication Year: March, 2012

Publisher: Tbnet house ltd

ISBN: 978-978-50920-9-7

Available at: The Ultimate Bookshop, No.10 RSUST maingate, opposite Chindah Estate, Port-harcourt, Nigeria.

Short Description: SHORES OF DESPAIR is  a captivating fiction that unveils the challenges of two young Nigerian girls, Chioma and Vanessa. Vanessa narrates the travails in both lives.

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The Necropolis by Chuddy Onyeakusi

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Title:  The Necropolis

Author: Chuddy Onyeakusi

Genre: Fiction

Format: E-Book

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Publication Year: March, 2012

Publisher: Smashwords Publishers

ISBN: 978-1-4657-2588-2

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Short Description: A young boy who has his first sexual experience with a corpse grows up to the medical student who loves staying long and odd hours at the hospital morgue, and then to the young doctor who was fired for having ‘relations’ with cadavers. Now a proprietor of a funeral home, he gets easy access to all the cadavers he want. But necrophilia nearly brings him to the verge of destruction.

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