TBBNQ x 4th Estate

GIVEAWAY

 
 

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ega thrilled to announce that we have collaborated with 4th Estate to give THREE people a chance to win the Nigerian wax (ankara) inspired edition of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's stunning debut novel - Purple Hibiscus. We are also celebrating our growing community and a milestone of 1000+ members on our instagram community!

  Nigerian wax (anakara) inspired covers of 4 of 6  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  titles. Image:  4th Estate .

Nigerian wax (anakara) inspired covers of 4 of 6 Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie titles. Image: 4th Estate.

 

How To Enter The TBBNQ x 4th Giveaway

1 Follow The Book Banque and 4th Estate Books on Instagram;

2 Tag TWO friends on the giveaway image;

3 Tell us your favourite character from any Adichie title, and why!

 

For an extra entry in the draw, participate via Twitter or Facebook:

Twitter

1 Follow The Book Banque on Twitter;

2 Using the hashtag #TBBNQGiveaway, quote the giveaway tweet and/or image, tagging TWO friends.

Facebook

1 Like The Book Banque on Facebook;

2 Comment under the giveaway image, tagging TWO friends.

 

The giveaway is open worldwide, and will last for 4 days from Wednesday January 24 to Sunday January 28, 2018 6pm (WAT).

Winners will be chosen randomly, and announced on Monday January 29, 2018. The book will be shipped by 4th Estate.

 

about the book

When Nigeria is shaken by a military coup, Kambili’s father, involved mysteriously in the political crisis, sends her to live with her aunt. In this house, noisy and full of laughter, she discovers life and love – and a terrible, bruising secret deep within her family.

This extraordinary debut novel from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’, is about the blurred lines between the old gods and the new, childhood and adulthood, love and hatred – the grey spaces in which truths are revealed and real life is lived.

 

PRAISE FOR PURPLE HIBISCUS

" Immensely powerful."

- The Times

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A sensitive and touching story of a child exposed too early to religious intolerance and the uglier side of the Nigerian state."

- J. M. Coetzee

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An intoxicating story that is at once distinctly feminine, African and universal."

- Observer

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There’s a quiet confidence about the writing which is very attractive – it isn’t showy, it isn’t brash, but on the contrary both captivating and mature."

- Margaret Forster

 
 

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