'Everything Good Will Come' by Sefi Atta


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This novel takes a look at Nigeria's volatile political atmosphere (and the collateral damage it has incurred on family units), feminism and relationships from the point of view of Enitan, a young girl who matures into a mother through the course of the book.


Enitan maneuvers through life, taking on the effects of her parents' unstable marriage, of the rape of her best friend, of a devastating heartbreak, each circumstance building up to an ultimate decision.


Everything Good Will Come is riveting, beautifully written, tragic, but leaves the reader with a glimmer of hope. I fell completely in love with Atta reading this book.


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