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Dear friend,

Elections are crucial times in every country. They determine the governance of the country until the next election period.

Conversations around elections are already brewing in Nigeria. Different candidates at various levels have been declaring their interest, with campaigns and publicity both online and offline. 

Love Does Not Win Elections is the perfect book for you if you are looking to get a glimpse into what goes on during elections in Nigeria. 

The book follows the story of  Ayisha Osori, who answers a call from within to contest the primaries for a seat in the National Assembly. She is dissatisfied with the quality of representation both from the men and women in office, and after years advising on and working to get more women into leadership positions, she is curious about what it would take to contest and win.

The author tells the story in a witty style that belies the heft of its subject matter. She takes us on a spellbinding journey into the political underbelly of Nigeria.

Buy Love Does Not Win Elections

 

Good news…

If you follow us on social media, then you must have heard it.

WAHALA is in town! *drumroll*

We cannot get over the absolutely gorgeous cover. Just look at it, gosh!

But you don’t have to stop at looking, you know? Oh no.

Go on and order your copies by sending an email to orders@narrativelandscape.com. Or get your copies at your favourite online or offline bookstores.

Some more lovely news…

Veronica Tadjo won the 2022 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for fiction for her book, In the Company of Men. Judges said that the book “is unlike anything we’ve ever read,” describing it as “gripping and prescient.” 

In the Company of Men was published in English by Narrative Landscape Press. 

In her moving novel, Véronique Tadjo illustrates the terrible extent of the Ebola epidemic, through the eyes of those affected in myriad ways: the doctor who tirelessly treats patients day after day in a sweltering tent; the student who volunteers to work as a gravedigger while universities are closed; the grandmother who agrees to take in an orphaned boy cast out of his village for fear of infection. 

Acutely relevant to our times in light of the coronavirus pandemic, In the Company of Men explores critical questions about how we cope with a global crisis and how we can combat fear and prejudice.

You can shop this book and other titles on our website.

Warm regards and happy shopping!

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