Memories from the North, An Anthology of Stories: A Short Review
What does it mean to be you? Are you more than your body’s form, your web of thoughts, your job, your heart’s deepest secrets? If your smiles were written, what words would describe them? If your scars had a voice, what would they say? And how would all of these slices blend into this single soul you recognize as yours?
If you’re fascinated by these questions, you’ll love Obiamaka Angela Udevi-Onwuka, Ikenna Nwachukwu, and Uchechukwu L. Ogbogu’s co-written Memories from the North, An Anthology of Stories. It’s an anthology, a collection of four short stories exploring the question of Identity. In it you’ll see various characters face the discomfort of unearthing their true identities. One struggles to break free from the life defined for them by their family; another faces down society’s gender stereotypes. They stare the ghosts of their pasts in the eye, and are led to the truth about themselves by the strangest of visions.
These stories exist in different points of time and space, but are united by a common thread—their characters’ desire to escape the crushing weight of identity crises. Treat yourself to these gripping stories.
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