Thursday, 29 September 2011

I DO NOT COME TO YOU BY CHANCE by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani


I DO NOT COME TO YOU BY CHANCE is a quirky and fun little novel from Nigeria, which I have reviewed here for Africa Book Club.

It has been most educational, teaching me why I will never order 404 in a Nigerian restaurant.

8 comments:

  1. I am heading there. I have to read this book.

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  2. Ah so glad to see you liked it! ALSO, did you know I have my Nigerian Lit project on? This would be eligible, if you link it in my database :D

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  3. I read and loved your thoughts on this. A book I've yet to review.

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  4. It is a really good little book. I really recommend it. And Amy, I entered it in your datablase - its a great idea x

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  5. read your review. I really like this book as well. Thanks.

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  6. I keep meaning to add this to my TBR list and then lose track of the details: thanks for nudging me to finally get it together and formally make a note. I'm looking forward to this one!

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