The Bookshelf: Books writ­ten by Nige­rian au­thors

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT - By AL­LIE CHARLES By Oyinkan Braith­waite By Les­ley Arimah By Adaobi Nwaubani By Teju Cole Nneka Tri­cia By Ay­obami Ade­bayo By Uzod­inma Iweala By Chigozie Obioma By Chi­ma­manda Ngozi Adichie By Chinua Achebe

Spe­cial to the Whig

— Nige­ria has al­ways been a hub for award­win­ning writ­ers, such as the cel­e­brated works of “Things Fall Apart,” “Open City,” or “Amer­i­canah.” More re­cently, new work has been com­ing out of Nige­ria that is more ex­per­i­men­tal. Pick up one of these books to try some­thing new! Fur­ther de­scrip­tions for these books can be found on the Ce­cil County Pub­lic Li­brary web­site.

ELK­TON ”My Sis­ter, the Se­rial Killer”

Korede is a nurse who has had to clean up her young sis­ter, Ay­oola’s messes — but what hap­pens when those messes get a bit more deadly? This one is for fans of satir­i­cal hu­mor and com­plex Dex­ter­like char­ac­ters.

”Amer­i­canah” ”Open City”

”Things Apart” strong al­ways

”What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky”

A de­but short story col­lec­tion about the hu­man ex­pe­ri­ence, mixed with mag­i­cal el­e­ments.

”Buried Be­neath the Baobab Tree”

A col­lec­tion of po­etic vi­gnettes about the Boko Harem kid­nap­pings.

”Stay With Me”

An in­side look into a mar­riage strained by so­cial pres­sures.

”Speak No Evil”

”The Fish­er­men: A Novel”


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