signs of the harmattan
By Chibuzo Obimdike

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Employing the first person point of view through a boy’s voice, a tragic story is hewed out of the hardwood of family tensions and attendant secret lusts. Signs of the Harmattan comes across as a consciously plotted novel. The high libido in Augustine Uzodike appears in his son, Okechukwu, and in Ngozi, his housemaid (and a covenant daughter: a secret fact only Augustine Uzodike knows). Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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