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Read this for an English class and found it quite enjoyable and, at times, profound. The tragically flawed protagonist and diverse array of cultures makes it somewhat hard to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gabe
This book was recommended to me by a Nigerian friend and I really enjoyed the story, it was a great read and I look forward to reading more of Achebe's novelsPublished 1 month ago by John Galt
Had to buy this for school. As far as school books go, this book wasn't horrible.Published 2 months ago by Linda Carter
Exceptional book! Gives you an authentic and insightful view on traditional Igbo speaking people of West Africa. An African story, told by African and written by an Africa.Published 2 months ago by Kadar Alin
I had to read this book for my university class but I totally adored it!! IT's easy to read and it's also captivating!!Published 3 months ago by Joannie Charette
amazing book. It gives you an astonishing detail on African livelihood during colonial era.Published 4 months ago by Hooman
This book is a great read. It gives the reader a insightful perspective of the African culture and the journey of the African people. Once i started reading it i couldn't stop.Published 5 months ago by vanessa
I read this book in school this year and decided to purchase a copy for myself. The kindle edition offered the exact same quality of Achebe's writing at a fraction of the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by AthenaBolton
Never have I read a book that provided so much insight into life on the Niger Delta at the time of colonial arrivals.
Truly remarkable--mind blowing in fact.