Nigerians Are Authors Too

In the world of literature, Nigerian authors are often overlooked because of their shallow words, mediocrity and an innate tendency to exaggerate. Notwithstanding,  there are quite a number of Nigerian novels that are worth reading.
Best Nigerian Reads:

Things Fall Apart - Chinua Achebe
Joys Of Motherhood - Buchi Echemeta
Half Of A Yellow Sun - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi's Wives - Lola Shoneyin
Yellow Yellow - Kaine Agary
The Lion And The Jewel - Wole Soyinka
Measuring Time - Helon Habila
Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again - Ola Rotimi
Sozaboy - Ken Saro Wiwa
Walking With Shadows - Jude Dibia
The Famished Road - Ben Okri
Who Fears Death - Nnedi Okorafor
Nights Of The Creaking Bed - Toni Kan
I Do Not Come To You By Chance - Adaobi Nwaubani
Everything Good Will Come - Sefi Atta


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