Books Set For Teenagers

Books Set For Teenagers


This Bundle Contains The Following Titles

When A Past Came Calling

When Eme disregards her dying mother’s words, the effects were more serious than she had imagined. Pregnant and with no means of caring for the baby, she decides to abandon him.

Years later her decision will come back to haunt her.

This book tells the story of the consequences of disobedience, the reward of diligence and forthrightness as well as the punishment that always awaits acts of cruelty and wickedness.

Fine Boys (Revised Edition)

Warri, October 1992: Seething with idleness and nonchalance, sick of watching his parents fight, 16-year-old Ewaen is waiting for university to begin, waiting for something to happen. Months later, Ewaen and friends are finally enrolled as freshmen at the University of Benin. Their routine now consists of hanging out in a parking lot trading jibes, chasing girls and sex, and learning to manage the staff strikes and crumbling infrastructure. But Nigerian campuses in the 1990s can be dangerous places, too. Violent confraternities stake territories and stalk for new recruits. An incident of petty crime snowballs into tragedy…

Fine Boys is Eghosa Imasuen’s second novel. In the witty, colloquial style fast becoming his trademark, Imasuen presents everyday Nigerian life against the backdrop of the pro-democracy riots of the 1980s and ’90s, the lost hopes of June 12th, and the terror of the Abacha years. Indeed Fine Boys is a chronicle of not just a time in Nigeria, but its post-Biafran generation.

And After Many Days

And After Many Days is a novel of childhood, of the delicate, complex balance of power and love between siblings; the unique ecosystem of a family. It is also a portrait of a society, as the old world gives way to a new status quo. A novel of quiet, devastating force, And After Many Days holds at its centre a profound story of life, loss and becoming.

Orchid Protocol

The man in the SUV fired the rocket directly at their van and the explosion lit up the park. Then the SUV made a 180-degree turn and took off. Patrick emptied his gun clip and shattered the rear windshield, but the car didn’t slow down and was soon out of sight. He flung his gun in the direction the car went and screamed.

DCT agent Patrick Emenalo returns to work on the same day there is a bombing at a popular fast food joint in Lagos. Dark Cell, a terrorist group, claims responsibility and demands the release of Red Baron, arms smuggler and crime boss.

Patrick, caught in a game whose rules are set by shadowy crime syndicate, The Orchid, must race against time to stop the terrorists before they strike again.

Face-paced and seamlessly written, Onyekwena’s debut takes bold steps into the widely uncharted world of organised crime in Lagos.

Introducing Nigeria

Nigeria is a large country inhabited by over 300 ethnic identities, each with their unique ways.

In this revised edition, we showcase the beauty and diversity of Nigeria in carefully curated photographs and elegant prose.


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About the author(s)

Eghosa Imasuen

Eghosa Imasuen was born in Ibadan in 1976. He grew up in Warri and now lives in Benin with his wife and twin sons. He is also a medical doctor. His short stories have been published in online magazines like African Writer, African Writing and switchedonnaija.com, and in print in Farafina magazine. Fine Boys is his second novel.

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