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The story line is compelling and the characters are incredibly well developed.
Even the ending made me want to have a sequel to this story and I'm dying to know what happened with X. This is a must read book no matter what age you are!
The author has a beautiful writing style that brings all of her characters, and their stories, to life.
Enlightening, poetic, and touching.
Chimamanda is a great story teller.
I liked it very much. My enthusiasm for the book was somewhat influenced by nostalgia. I lived in Nigeria for three years (1962-65) and it was so exciting to remember so much that... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Thomas Parks
I had read one of Adichie's books before, so I picked up this book already in love with her ability to develop characters and her witty word play. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Fiorella Grandi
We read this book for our November book club meeting. A well written historical account of the Nigerian independence and subsequent civil war. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Deepay
Excellent novel about a time in African history that reverberates even today.Published 4 days ago by Barbara F.
This is such a powerful book. It's been about three months and I still find my thoughts drifting towards it frequently.Published 5 days ago by Louise
Chimamanda is a great writer. I love her writing style, few of her books I have read are hard to put down. I heard about the movie but wanted to read the book first. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Simply Kes
This was a difficult book to read in terms of subject matter but I liked it because it taught me something completely new about Nigeria. I was oblivious to that civil war before. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Nicola