Women We Know
Title: Women We Know
Author: Isaac Newton Akah
Category: Fiction
Language: English
Price: ₦ 750
No. of Words: 35009
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The book, WOMEN WE KNOW tells the tales of six women, with each trying to boss the daily, but unique challenges life throws at her. The themes range from love and relationships to issues of abuses and sexual assaults, domestic violence, prostitution, sacrifices and bread winning women. There are scenarios of guilt, of struggle, of survival, of redemption, of girl power, and of enterprising careers. The themes of the stories are carefully chosen to highlight issues the society fails to address, and to encourage women who find themselves in any of the situations. The stories are strictly works of fiction, despite their real pivotal and societal outlook.
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  • Dice Awesomeness on Fleek Not only did I get to read about our society in this book, I had the opportunity of seeing through people's eyes and their mind's eye as well. Hard truths accompanied with humour is a killer. Itodo and Newton, gods.

    Reply Jul 8, 2017 11:29:49 AM
  • Adeyojusewa Unputdownable I think the best arts are the ones that relate totally with your being and this piece did perfect justice. It was almost like I was a character innit, I just had to finish it at a go.

    Reply Jun 13, 2017 12:32:36 PM
  • good_pikin Masterpiece! This. Another literary wonder from the pen that carved Living in Gidi. The way he interlaces realism with humour gives the reader the thrills even while being guided through our everyday reality via fiction.

    Reply Jun 9, 2017 11:22:36 PM
  • krisgift women we know Beautiful piece! I loved every page as it connected to me as a lady. The writer did well in addressing the challenges women face in most societies in a humorous manner. In all, it was a good read.

    Reply Jun 9, 2017 1:23:49 PM
  • Ennmae REAL I just finished reading 'Women we Know' and one word came to mind, 'Real'. This book addresses a lot of issues that are prevalent in our society but have been swept under the carpet. It's a must read for every woman and man.

    Reply Jun 8, 2017 5:18:52 PM