Title: Freshwater Author: Akwaeke Emezi ABOUT THE BOOK “Ada has always been unusual. As an infant in southern Nigeria, she is a source of deep concern to her family. Her parents successfully prayed her into… Read More »Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi | Book Review
Men In Black 3: International is highly recommended anytime, any day. The combo of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson was a match made in heaven for this sci-fi comedy movie.
From the action in every scene, moments of humor, the dogs, the morocco scene, and all other wonders of John Wick 3, it’s certainly money well spent.
It’s hardcore display of brutal take-downs will leave you wide eyed and mystified, wondering how Keanu Reeves held up his body after every rehearsal. True enthusiasts of action movies would bow at the greatness that is John Wick.
MY BODY Smile, Fix your teeth, Touch up your mascara, Strike a pose, You look ama…- Wait, wait, hold up, Tuck your stomach in, We don’t want that showing in the picture. You’ll look amazing… Read More »My Body by Adiel Oyinkari | Poetry| Guest Post
It unsettled me,
Not because it was getting dark,
But because in the looming darkness,
I saw a familiar face,
The face of a country that I didn’t deserve,
One that didn’t deserve me,
Today, I saw the sun set.
TITLE: LOVE AND EVERYTHING INBETWEEN AUTHOR: EZINNE EDET GENRE: ROMANCE NUMBER OF PAGES: 64 DATE OF RELEASE: FEBRUAURY 14, 2019. ABOUT THE BOOK LOVE AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN is a collection of short stories about… Read More »Love And Everything In Between By Ezinne Edet | Book Review
Every day, more and more people are given over to depression. Depression has become a mental illness that continues to ravage our society, even to the point of suicide. To better increase our chances of winning over depression, here are two things that we must know
Ola Balogun has declared a twist to the way the civil war is told in history. There are a lot of things that traditional media or history books may not tell you. You’re never really sure who to believe or who’s telling you the truth. I’ve read accounts of the Nigerian Civil War, but none have come close to the tunes Ola Balogun played in his book.
He didn’t just show us the skin, but everything including the blood and gore of war between brothers and sisters.
He stripped those years and inner workings of Nigerian politics down to the bone. He left Nigerians pants down by showing us one thing, Experience isn’t always the best teacher! Especially in Nigeria’s case. The problems we had then, we still have them now.
Scribbled lines is packed, and I mean packed! It’s suspenseful and exciting. The progression is fast paced and yet still manages to give the story and it’s characters time to develop within a short amount of time.
Once I picked it up, I didn’t put it down until I was done. It was impossible to take a breath while reading. The only time you breathe is after the last full-stop ends the story and you exhale a breath of relief. Relief for freedom, trust, loyalty, victory of truth and of course, Justice!.