'A compelling account of how feels to be a Nigerian today' --Financial Times
'Humorous and affectionate ... Saro-Wiwa is fiercely honest and compassionate about a country most tourists travel miles to avoid' --Sunday Telegraph
'Remarkable ... in this deftly woven account Saro-Wiwa tells us more about Nigeria than most academics do in a lifetime' --Spectator
'This is an affectionate portrait of a loud and lively nation with infuriating potential' --Metro
'Saro-Wiwa is sharp and funny ... she brings a new perspective to Africa's most populous country'
'Saro-Wiwa offers a bright and honest account of Nigeria.
Her vivid portraits of Nigerian life are intelligent and often very witty' --Traveller magazine
'Saro-Wiwa is an engagingly smart travel companion ... the complex world of Nigeria comes alive in her company'
'An affectionate and irreverent guide that peels away many of the clichés that envelop Nigeria'
About the Author
NOO SARO-WIWA was born in Nigeria in 1976 and raised in England. She attended King's College London and Columbia University in New York and has written travel guides for Rough Guide and Lonely Planet. She currently lives in London.