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The Abyssinian Boy’ is gripping and rich. This novel does not only enrich the reader but also Nigeria’s literary platform. The tone of the writer, Onyeka Nwelue, I will say is assertive and provocatively shielded with humour

When one begins a novel like this, floating through a couple of early pages, he might want to check out the front cover of the book again, verifying if the name of author appears Indian. But it doesn’t. Living in India alone cannot, to my understanding, tell a story in such smooth and expressive rout. Writers like Salman Rushdie, Aravind Adiga, Arundhati Roy and more Asian writers have had a touch on Nwelue’s finger tips.