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‘A masterly work of profound expression.’ -Spectrum Books, Ring Road, Ibadan. NIGERIA
‘This book has been keeping me up past my bedtime; some pages I laugh out loud, and some
pages I cry. It is a great read and I recommend it to everyone.’ Maxine Taylor, San Antonio.
‘This interesting book about growing up with sickle cell anaemia in western Nigeria in the 1960s
and 1970s ... sets out beautifully the political turmoil through the eyes of Ola as he approaches
Professor Elizabeth Anionwu, Thames Valley University UK
'... a very moving and courageous account of your singular experience of sickle cell disorder.'
Professor Wole Soyinka (in letter to author 10 August 1994)
'This book is approved as a general and supplemental reader within the Nigerian educational
Federal Ministry of Education, ABUJA
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