Cloth Girl is a tale of the struggles of women in a time when women’s choices were dictated more by their “duties” to family than by any life aspirations.It takes us on a journey of what it feels to have your power wrested from you by people who should know better.
The author does an amazing job transporting you to the colonial era. She paints a picture in every scene and manages to show us different perspectives through the eyes of her characters. I enjoyed the attention paid to the traditional ceremonies in this book, the weddings, naming ceremonies, burials etc. As a result, after a day with this book I have to remind myself that I am Nigerian… Read More
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