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“Brisk, cinematic prose. . . . Enahoro excels at description.”
— Winnipeg Free Press
“Doing Dangerously Well is a hilarious mix of satire, political intrigue and environmental mismanagement. . . . A vibrant international story that is satirical, funny and brave.”
— The Chronicle Herald
“Satire presents some serious perils, but first-time novelist Carole Enahoro navigates them with considerable skill. . . . Enahoro tells the story with gusto. . . . Doing Dangerously Well features fascinatingly rich characters. . . . This is a writer to watch.”
— NOW (Toronto)
“Reading Carole Enahoro’s work is like encountering a tree dripping with fruit — one is taken aback by the richness of what she creates. She is both generous and riveting.”
— Douglas Coupland
Carole Enahoro was born in London of a Nigerian father and an English mother, and grew up in Nigeria, Britain and Canada, and still shares her time among the three. With a background in art history and film, she has worked as a filmmaker, journalist and lecturer, while pursuing an abiding interest in political and social issues. She is currently pursuing doctoral studies in the UK researching spatial practice, power and satire in Nigeria's capital. This is her first novel.See all Product Description