Butterfly Fish


Author: Irenosen Okojie

Butterfly Fish is a richly told story of a woman exploring her African heritage after her mother’s death. It is a haunting and compelling novel, with themes exploring love, hope, political upheaval, loss, and coming undone. It was recently submitted for the Man Booker Prize…..Read More

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