'This is both a novel of self-discovery and an indictment of a corrupt and muddled war -- a kind of sombre picaresque lifted by the vivacity of its language' Helen Birch, City Limits William Boyd, who has written the introduction to Sozaboy, has described the author as 'an extraordinary man and an extraordinary writer.'
About the Author
Ken Saro-Wiwa, nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1996, was a novelist, publisher, journalist and human rights activist. He was a committed and tireless campaigner on human rights and environmental issues. In November 1995 he was executed by the Nigerian authorities.