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Loud Whispers

7 Oct 2018
It’S not always that you get a book, which keeps you reeling in laughter until the last page. Loud Whispers by Joseph Edgar is one of such. You won’t want to drop the book when you start reading it. Published by Bookvine, Lagos, with forward written by Bolanle Austen-Peters, founder of Terra Kulture, the book…
27 Sep 2018
Title: Loud Whispers Author: Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi Published: Amandla Consulting, Nigeria (2017) Loud Whispers is the recollection of a reflective social observer whose mission is to reveal the several fractures in the society and their damaging effects, and for which solutions are proffered in the book. The book is presented in fragments tackling different aspects of…

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