Titilayomi had always lived her life oblivious to almost everything around her. Was it her father and mother’s strained relationship? Her father’s maltreatment towards her autistic brother, Dara? Or the real relationship between her and “her best friend?’’ She lived by her own saying “what you know would kill you”. This is a short story filled with lessons on the importance of speaking up to an injustice, understanding that pain is covered up in different ways and most importantly, learning that things aren’t always what they seem to be. She realized that people needed a share of their truth and made it a duty to tell those truths.
Jamila Nunn thought the worst thing to happen in Ajuaville was the menace group; the old nicks. But little did she know that being married to Benjamin Taj, the king of Ajuaville would be worse. With her father owing Benjamin a huge sum of money, he requests for either of the Nunn sisters. With everything going well for her sister, Jamila decides to give herself in to the rich man. She lives a life of luxury but has more problems than ever; fitting into her husband’s rich and popular life and family, nursing bruises and hiding them with makeup and violence. What happens when her freedom is based on exposing her husband’s darkest secret? Will she decide to say the truth and free the people from the misery? She either gets her freedom or death.
Sisters, Natasha and Shelia Matt are separated after Natasha is jailed for the murder of her three college roommates and sentenced to death by the state. 15 years after, 25-year old Shelia returns back to town, being engaged to Sportstar, Lorenzo Adams. Overwhelmed with the feeling of reuniting with her sister, Shelia attempts to get her sister out of Jail before she is wrongfully killed with lethal injection. Shelia experiences much more than she imagined; office discrimination, her romantic relationship under fire by the press, her father's past intentions and worst, Regret. Quietus is a book that shows perfect love for family, process of moving on, fighting for another chance in life and the impossiblity in forgiving and forgetting.
''Destroy anyone who undermines the giant in you'' The son of the mayor of Hanson town, Lucas Vez fears that the fight between the two towns; Hanson and Mowii would end up worse than he imagined. With his father encouraging the town to cause more havoc than the other town did, this would not only promote ignorance but an extinction. *inspired by the xenophobic attacks of Nigeria and South Africa last year*
'Destroy anyone who undermines the giant in you'' The son of the mayor of Hanson town, Lucas Vez fears that the fight between the two towns; Hanson and Mowii would end up worse than he imagined. With his father encouraging the town to cause more havoc than the other town did, this would not only promote ignorance but an extinction. *inspired by the xenophobic attacks of Nigeria and South Africa last year
Amanda "Ama" Hale is reunited with vivacious older runaway sister, Jaqueline after she returns to Chapo town with her child, Grace. This signifies a new beginning for her and the chance to improve Grace's cerebral palsy state. Sisters, Jacqueline and Amanda have a lot more in common than their exile from the family and the important presence of their daughters in their lives. Both are faced with the return of their abusive, unstable partners which create more problems as the day goes by. Will both be able to choose the right choices for the sake of their daughters, even if it comes with dire consequences? This book highlights the importance of putting the child first in any situation.
Claire Adedotun struggles with believing her pastor-husband, who is rumored to have been using his delivarance as a front to take advantage of women. Benita believes her daughter, Jessica should understand the importance of taking care of a home at age 14, than getting an education. Amina prefers to be single than to leave her abusive 30-billion dollar boyfriend. Hannah decides to get justice after being raped, but with the millions of women awaiting justice, what could make her different. Joy is married to the love of her life who refuses to accept her autistic child. This Book includes five different topics that are relatable to us as Nigerians.
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