I've read it before so I just simply glanced through to refresh my memory a bit. And one thing I really liked about it was the rift between the wife and her mother-in-law cause it's very typical in the society, especially in this Nigeria self. And then I also liked the rollercoaster of emotion. Starting from the stampede, how the man couldn't find his wife (I actually thought he would never find her, not that I'm a sadist or anything) and how he later found her and experienced the birth of his child with her. Though I thought it was funny that the wife didn't want to take the injection that would numb the pregnancy pain! Like why not? I'd jump at that without giving it a second thought! Ultimately I like how easy-going the flow of words is. It made reading delightful.
So, about a week ago I saw her post about the book. She highlighted the four stories in it, told us in the post that it was available in E-book and that the hard copy was available on Amazon. The part that caught my attention in the post was the last part that said...."Thank you for the unflinching support". That's psychology, thanking us in advance for what we had not given her. I love to give support when I can. So I went on my Amazon app immediately and ordered a copy for $12:95
All four short stories in the book are beautifully told. I finished the second story and was actually trying to figure out the sheets of the book to see if it didn't gum together as I didn't want the story to end like that...she left it open-ended to the imagination of her reader...it got me! I said "Gosh!" I like writing in my books as I read...as you can see in the images...I underline new words and good quotes in the books that I read. I make comments in my books, so I only do hard copies. I am not a fan of e-books at all. My favourite story is the third one "SELFLESS". Why? Salmah is the major character in it and she was a survivor! A good hearted person.