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    by Igoni Barrett


    Furo Wariboko – born and bred in Lagos – wakes up on the morning of his job interview to discover he has turned into a white man. As he hits the city streets running, still reeling from his new-found condition, Furo finds the dead ends of his life open out before him. As a white man in Nigeria, the world is seemingly his oyster – except for one thing: despite his radical transformation, Furo’s ass remains robustly black . . .
    Funny, fierce, inventive and daringly provocative – this is a very modern satire, with a sting in the tail.

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    Lonely Roads: A Novel

    by William Ifeanyi Moore


    Afam Udemba is an outcast in early 19th century Aboh seeking escape from loneliness. He finds himself in a relationship with Adaobi, the daughter of Onwa, a powerful slave merchant, but unfortunately, her father plans to strengthen his family ties with the royals by marrying her off to the Obi’s son. As their love affair grows, Afam finds himself in danger of being killed or sold into slavery.

    In a world where social class and reputation is everything, all must decide just how far they are willing to go to get what they want.