Book lovers have indeed enjoyed so many published books this year, and some authors could make a lasting impact on the readers.
Gatekeepers News, however, finds some collections from Femi Sowoolu interesting, which of course, should be on your reading list, as they are available on Amazon and Okadabooks.
The first book is “Chatterbox“. In this, Sowoolu, who is widely regarded as a master of the Morning Show template, shared some of the most interesting, impactful and humorous compilations that he has gathered and employed in his 44 years career on the air performances on radio stations across Nigeria. Chatterbox also functions as a handy book that you can carry around whenever you need a pick-me-up. Better to laugh at ourselves than cry.
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The second is “The Last Autumn and 76 Other Poems“. In this book, it is difficult to miss the Poet’s range of emotions and thematic concerns – from the overtly mundane, intensely political, clearly spiritual to the decidedly intellectual.
With the unpretentious registers of a poet participant, Sowoolu shows promises of one with a commanding handle on his nascent craft.
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The third book is “Voices In My Head“.
Arguably one of Nigeria’s most resourceful, sure-voiced and engaging broadcasters, Sowoolu comes to his task as a purveyor of the written and spoken word in English with a strong passion, uncanny commitment and trenchant fluidity.
This book is an insightful aggregation of the various strands of experience which have, in the professional years of the author, come to be adjudged memorable and by implication worthy of documentation, as touchstones of impressions typifying every encountered epoch.
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And the fourth book is “A Kiss Before We Die”.
Fate pulls four different individuals together in this fast-paced drama that weaves between the backstreets to the corridors of power in a potent mix of intrigue, corruption, war, high chase drama, escape and love, as investigative journalism seeks to bring a powerful cabal to justice.
Sowoolu brings the power of his imaginative depths and propensity for detail and historical perspectives to bear in this unputdownable narrative as it speeds towards a cataclysmic climax.
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