Buy Parresia Books: Amazon + Kindle


1. Richard Ali: City of Memories


“Mr. Ali turns his hands to fiction with a muscular story that wrestles with the Nigerian question through the agency of a love affair across fault lines.”

Chuma Nwokolo Jnr. Publisher, African Writing Journal; Author, The Ghost of Sani Abacha. HERE HERE

Kindle HERE

2. Abubakar Adam Ibrahim: The Whispering Trees 


“Fire and smoke, snapshots of life and brushstrokes of afterlife, the mystical running alongside the domestic commonplaces, these are the energetic strains of Abubakar Adam Ibrahim’s debut story collection.”

A. Igoni Barret, author of From Caves of Rotten Teeth HERE HERE

KIndle HERE`

3. Victor Ehikhamenor: Excuse Me!




4. Tanimu Sule Lagi: The BOFAK Illusion


“Lagi brings to Nigerian genre fiction a remarkable ability to empathize with and dissect national failures.”

Emmanuel Iduma, author of Farad HERE HERE

Kindle HERE

5. Emmanuel Iduma: Farad


“Iduma’s prose, at once seductive and challenging, gleams with ideas. In my mind Farad is an impressive house of words – dream-like, haunting, elusive – standing confidently at a frontier, signalling the immense promise of an emerging generation of Nigerian novelists.”

Tolu Ogunlesi, CNN Africa Journalist of the Year 2009. HERE HERE

Kindle HERE 


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