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THE GUARDIAN REVIEW – BLACKASS BY A IGONI BARRETT

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Yeah, yeah… the author is Nigerian and frankly I realise that I seem to be concentrating too much on this country and so from next month I am going to beam the spotlight more on other parts of Africa like ….(you my visitors and followers alike get to choose between now and the 31st of March…tick tock…)

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From the first page of this suspenceful debut novel by Igoni, one can almost taste the themes of different changes running through.

‘……….On the morning of a job interview, Furo Wariboko wakes up in Lagos to find that he has turned into a white man with green eyes and red hair, but a particular body part remains black. The narrative incisively charts how people respond to his ostensibly new race.’

Read the rest here

More about the author here and here

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