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Roses and Bullets

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Roses and Bullets is the most realistic fictional description of the Nigerian-Biafran War. It takes us right into the experience of war: its divisiveness, the pain caused by untimely and violent death. It is a compelling and riveting narrative, executed in a haunting style.   PRAISE FOR ROSES AND ...Read more
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Roses and Bullets is the most realistic fictional description of the Nigerian-Biafran War. It takes us right into the experience of war: its divisiveness, the pain caused by untimely and violent death. It is a compelling and riveting narrative, executed in a haunting style.

 

PRAISE FOR ROSES AND BULLETS

This is a compelling and riveting narrative, executed in a haunting style. Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo writes with the ferocity of a barbed arrow: straight from the quiver of the heart to the target of another heart. The result is a lyrical tale that is experientially rich and enriching, a veritable mosaic of the human condition.
James tar Tsaaior, PhD

Roses and Bullets takes us right into the experience of war: its divisiveness, the pain caused by untimely and violent death, and the humanity that prevails in spite of pain and violence. It comes from a voice of experience, providing depth and insight into a traumatic period in Nigeria’s life in a most moving, graphic way. In reading, we live a little along with the characters, sharing both the trauma and the hope of new life.
Pat Bryden, Edinburgh, Scotland

Roses and Bullets is the most realistic fictional description of the Nigerian-Biafran War I have encountered. Ginika’s life is a symphony of love, war, death, pain, bliss and betrayal. Adimora-Ezeigbo is dispassionate, profoundly candid and devoid of the pretentious bias common among authors of similar stories.
Nwachukwu Egbunike, Editor, Fast Edition and Feathers Project

Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo’s Roses and Bullets distinguishes itself among the best of Nigerian Civil War novels. It is a beautiful human story about an ugly (inhuman) war. Tearful and heartrending.
Odili Ujubuonu, Author of Pregnancy of the Gods

... Poignant, insightful and deeply moving. Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo’s new novel captures an era and its people so well. A story of despair yet filled with so much hope.
Jude Dibia, Author of Walking with Shadows