Half Of A Yellow Sun Book Autobiographies and Self Development Books

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    Store Name: Emerald Vale's Books Ghana Call : 0505236940 2nd Telephone Number: 0235390610 Whatsapp Number: 0505236940 Location: Accra Mall,Accra-Ghana Email ID: escapewap@gmail.com
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    Apr 4, 2021
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    Half of a Yellow Sun is historical fiction and a fine-written novel. It concerns the history of Nigeria and the war. The characters are very well developed and very interesting. Adichie is a fabulous writer. The story is never boring and there were some interesting character viewpoints. One point of interest was discovering the anti-Semitism that existed within Nigeria or the outright ignorance of some of Nigeria’s citizens. A long Muslim vs Christian war or battle has had a terrible effect on Nigeria. The use of oppressive tactics akin to Hitler’s 3rd Reich was used within Nigeria to squelch the Christian intellectual party and its citizens by a brutal regime of ignorant religious extremists who oppress girls and women, and hinder educational systems. This is absolutely a fabulously written account with historical facts that is written with fictionally orientated characters to add dynamic realism and dimensions. Adichi herself, is highly intelligent, brilliant, and a prize writer from Nigeria. The book has over 500 pages, so expect to spend some time digesting the contents and comprehending some of Nigeria’s immense history. Adichi is one of your better writers on the market.

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