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Sector IV

3.36  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  7 reviews
It is a story of love and loss, of choice and consequences. It is a story of a woman’s search for happiness and the near illusiveness of ‘happily-ever-afters’. Yet it may be a Biafra story, for as Stephen Covey once aptly wrote, “Two people can see the same thing, disagree, and yet both be right. It’s not logical; it’s psychological”.
Kindle Edition, 165 pages
Published September 6th 2015 by El-Jara Connections Limited
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Samuel Maina
Jul 28, 2016 rated it it was ok
First off this is a story of love and how war separates families. Amid the chaos brought about by Biafran war and stereotyping of the Ibo and the Yoruba, Nigeria is a country that resembles Kenya in so many ways.
A political jingle could be heard throughout the book and it is funny how Anaba is able to tie it to the culture of the place.
How Anaba goes describing the characters is somewhat magical. Sticks on you....
” Onyinyechi an avid promoter of omenala and reader of deeper meaning into words,”
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Kay
Aug 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: african
At the beginning i thought it was pedestrian and predictable, infact, i saw it as just another Biafran story but after few more pages it became a page turner, i couldn't put it down until the end. I could imagine how disturbing it is to experience the outset of a war, lose family members and friends to war, make difficult decisions in times of war, even falling in love in war times and transit from adolescence to motherhood without leaving out the daily struggle for survival in times of war.
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Lade Tawak
The story is brilliant. The writer flows seamlessly from one character’s point of view to another’s POV without confusing the reader. We easily see their hopes and fears and dreams The story is easy to follow and not overly descriptive. I’ve noticed that many African authors tend to describe things even when it’s not necessary especially with stories in a village setting.

Although it is labeled historical romance, there’s an element of suspense in the story. As you read, you want to know what hap
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Davidson Ajaegbu
Aug 30, 2016 rated it really liked it
What a stunning plot this story has, might be predictable, but was stunning!
AB
Aug 30, 2016 rated it did not like it
Poor authorship, has a number of grammatical errors and poorly edited.
Yewande Akeredolu
Aug 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
Great read. Loved every page of it from the beginning to the end.
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Sector IV is a treat for lovers of fictional historical romance. It takes place during the Biafran war in a village called Nchara, in present day South East Nigeria. The book explores various themes which resonate with the reader including; love and sacrifice, loveless marriages, childlessness, self-preservation and vanity as downfall. Read the full review here http://literaryeverything.com/2018/06... ...more
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