Disowned is a collection of five short stories told in the first person singular by five fictitious Nigerian women who recount their personal experiences in their own voices. Each character?s personality is revealed in the way she tells her story and the way she lets her experience affect her.
The book addresses socio-cultural issues ranging from Sexual Abuse/Child Molestation, Prostitution, Childlessness, Widowhood, Domestic Violence to Infidelity faced by the Nigerian woman, openly or secretly.
The style is fast-paced, light-hearted, funny yet dark and haunting. The book is intended to be devoid of all forms of literary pretences and yet be a very relatable and easy to read work of prose.
The stories are DISOWNED, DADDY?S LITTLE GIRL, NNENNA?S LOSS, BLACKIE?S MISSION AND TWO OF A KIND.