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An Orchestra of Minorities — Chigozie Obioma

An Orchestra of Minorities is a gorgeous book and is, so far, my preferred choice for the prize this year (I should caveat this by saying that I am only 100 pages into Ducks, Newburyport which I strongly suspect is … Continue reading

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The Fishermen — Chigozie Obioma

Of the three Man Booker shortlisted works I have now read, this is the first that follows a conventional structure and while I loved the unconventionality of James, and disliked that of McCarthy, it was somewhat refreshing to return to … Continue reading

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