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The Best Books of New Books Worth Reading From This Year - Thrillist

New Year, new library? This contemporary take on Homer's Odyssey, sees an unlikely love story unfold in Umuahia, Nigeria. Chinonso, a young poultry farmer falls in love with a wealthy woman. When her family objects to the pairing, he makes it his mission to educate himself but becomes increasingly frustrated with a world seemingly against him. You can almost smell the hot strong breath of the land in this brave gallimaufry of Greek myth and pre-colonial Igbo cosmology. You can read our review here and buy the book here.
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