By Prisca Sam-Duru
Issues revolving around widowhood, motherhood, and domestic violence which undermine womenfolk, like leeches, have regrettably become a part of the society. While individuals and advocacy groups are cutting their teeth daily in the quest for solutions, award-winning author of “One Little Mosquito”, and “A Hero’s Welcome”, which made the longlist of the Nigeria Prize For Literature 2019, Ndidi Chiazor-Enenmor, lends her support through the release of an astounding expose on the issues from an amazing novel perspective.
Titled “If They Tell The Story”, Chiazor-Enenmor’s debut novel was published in 2020 by Walnut Publishing Ltd, Lagos. The book, structured into three parts, thirty-nine chapters, and 299 pages, is a moving tale from an emerging master storyteller which will keep you from every other thing until the very last page is savoured.
The novel is set partly in rural Eastern Nigeria and urban Lagos. It exposes how a people’s tradition…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper