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  1. Kenny
    February 29, 2016

    I’m sooo reading this.

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  2. Mandy
    February 29, 2016

    A gay novel about homosexuality in Nigeria? NICE! After Jude Dibia’s book, I’ve been waiting for another such narrative. PP, you should do and drop your own o. *off to okadabooks*

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    • Kenny
      February 29, 2016

      There’s one I haven’t read? *accepts LASTMA vest. Where can I get it please?

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      • Pink Panther
        February 29, 2016

        LOL. Bookstores nationwide?

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      • Kenny
        February 29, 2016

        What’s the title please?

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      • Pink Panther
        February 29, 2016

        Walking with Shadows.

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      • Kenny
        February 29, 2016

        Thank you!

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      • Pink Panther
        February 29, 2016

        You’re welcome

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  3. Chizzie
    February 29, 2016

    Not too thrilled about the title as it clearly lacks originality, I also tend to avoid supposedly Nigerian based stories where characters have generic western names like Bryan…

    But I guess whatever

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    • Chandler B.
      February 29, 2016

      I share your sentiment on the characters’ naming.

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  4. #Chestnut
    February 29, 2016

    OMG! Who else saw the title and thought that “Love and Sex in the City” had been turned into a novel, under a pseudonym? (Hi PP!)

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    • Pink Panther
      February 29, 2016

      LOL!!!! I thought someone would say that.

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  5. Delle
    February 29, 2016

    WTF! A book on homosexuality to be published in Nigeria? This is better than anything I have heard in a long while.

    OAN, such a good thing to be back. The exams we take in this part of the world is enough to kill an individual.

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  6. bruno
    February 29, 2016

    must read this… nigerian gay romance fiction is so scarce i have to suck the enjoyment out of everyone i get. even managed to enjoy that crappy ragtag movie.

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  7. Max 2.1
    February 29, 2016

    Definitely buying this( I’m not big on novels, but a gay one seems appealing)

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  8. Mitch
    February 29, 2016

    Definitely getting down with this book. Fuck exams joor

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    • Delle
      February 29, 2016

      Oh, but of course, why won’t you ‘Fuck exams’, *filing nails judiciously*

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      • Mitch
        February 29, 2016

        Bitch, you better run before I gobble you up.

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  9. Kenny
    February 29, 2016

    PP I’ve started reading the book *fans self*. You people will not spoil me abeg!

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    • Pink Panther
      February 29, 2016

      It’s that good, huh?

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      • Kenny
        February 29, 2016

        The sex is vivid!

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  10. Prince
    March 2, 2016

    Jeez! 4 over 5 for this crazy book and author. Book 2 seems more promising. I have dirty linens to wash because of this book. When do we get Book 2.

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  11. Wole Oyebanji
    March 2, 2016

    Author is crazy. That’s all I have to say. Plus he is good with words as I felt like I was seeing a movie.

    But I want to shoot the homophobic mother with a rifle. To think that she became dyke after what she caused and cost her son and his truthful faithful lover?

    We want to meet this author Panther. He thinks crazily. He thinks outside the box. It was not about the sex after all. He had a strong meaningful story. I would still enjoy the book wirhout the sex but I liked the sex.

    You can’t imagine what I did to me.

    We need to meet the crazy fine author. Can you do that for us PP?

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  12. CUB
    March 2, 2016

    Is this author truly Nigerian? If he is, kudos to the Nigerian state.

    My personal favourite is Bryan. If I can have a bf like him, I’d be faithful like a bloodhound.

    Another personal favourite is Father Mimiko, the queer Roman Catholic priest. I liked what Ralph Awolowo did to him. It is kito in a grand style (reversed kito.)

    Another personal favourite: The homophobic mother turned a diesel dyke.

    My crying moments: Why will Bryan and Ralph die?

    I ask again, is this author truly Nigerian?

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