Lagos was never an easy place to live, but for the past twenty years it has been overrun with fallen gods from the Yoruba pantheon.
There is a reason this series is a genre standard-bearer.
If you prefer your history examined more personally, parsing out the emotional impact on individuals, this title is a powerful example.
As a burgeoning, aspiring, learning, growing, insert-adjective-here writer, when is it time to spend money on your hobby - on your dreams?
Mr. B Gone is one of the more unique horror novels I have read in quite some time. You've read horror, no doubt, focusing on a variety of protagonists. There are hapless everyday people who accidentally stumble into the terrible unknown. Then there are specialists, who walk where most dare not trod, facing down unspeakable … Continue reading Book Review: Mr. B. Gone