The Abuja Book Club (ABC) powered by Abuja Literary Society (ALS) will be discussing the book, Onaedo, The Blacksmith’s Daughter by Ngozi Achebe.
The December 2011 edition of the monthly Abuja Book Club reading comes up at the usual venue, Salamander cafe, 5 Bujumbura Close, Off Libreville Street, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse II on Friday, 16 December 2011 at 7pm.
Come and start your weekend immersed in the world of Onaedo and the people of Abonani according to the world created by Ngozi Achebe. Anaedo, the Blacksmith’s Daughter is ‘an extraordinary story of a courageous woman who takes life as it comes… A significant work of historical fiction that should take its place beside Alex Halley’s Roots. Onaedo is among the strong women of African literature’ – Ronald L. Donaghe.
Onaedo, the Blacksmith’s Daughter is available at Silverbird, Pen and Pages Bookstore at White House Plaza, Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Cassava Republic Bookstore at the Arts and Crafts Village, beside Yar’adua Centre and other leading bookshops.
Everyone is welcome!
Abuja Book Club comes up every third Friday of the Month.