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    Helon Habila worked with what is still a very fresh topic in world politics today by combining several different writing styles and di

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    The story content is important the narrative should be engrossing It’s not The lack of adjectives and interesting commentary make this whole book as dry the Sahel Inclusion of unnecessary information lack of transitions and lack of timely introductions give this book serious pace and coherence issuesDon’t read it unless you have to

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    Brilliant work immediate and dynamic stylistically and emotionally wrenching in its honesty and authority

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    Novelist Helon Habila wrote in this 2016 book “Checkpoints or roadblocks are a regular feature of road travel in Nigeria Nigerians have become resigned to them the way they are resigned to the lack or reliable electricity or running water in reality they are nothing but extortion points They have become a pla

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In rescuing the Chibok tragedy from 'mythic status' Habila's unusual primer uietly yet powerfully revives the call to take notice The AtlanticOn April girls from the Chibok Secondary School in northern Nigeria were kidnapped by Boko Haram the world's deadliest terrorist group Most were never heard from again Acclaimed Nigerian novelist Helon Habila who grew up in northern Nigeria returned to Chibok Helon Habila worked with what is still a very fresh topic in world politics today by combining several different writing styles and different approaches to conveying her purpose of the underlying problems with terrorism and targeting places of low income low socioeconomic status and low opportunity to advance in societyOn April 14th 2014 Boko Haram brutally captured 276 schoolgirls many of which still have yet to be found The group has taken over Northern Africa and the southeastern realm of the Middle East who have incited multiple riots and even uprisings in poor disassembled countries The writer captivates the use of pathos through delivering affidavits from people in the poor primarily agriculturally based town After months of research studies and consoling Mr Habila formed a nonfiction book which described the horrible torment that struck every religion every race and every ethnicity worldwide Although we often perceive terrorist attacks as a centripetal force that unites the small scale catastrophe proved that sometimes it can place people in an isolated and often catatonic stateAlthough it can definitely become monotonous at times the monotony serves a purpose because it depicts the large amount of people that almost seems like a never ending chain of heartbreak and sorrow The writer works with the cards dealt because the case still has substance it never ended The fact that he wrote about the historical context all the way through the point to its current state is something worth noting even though a fair portion of her studies come through prose The movement bringourgirlsback still resonates in societies all across the world and even though the writer focused on the people of Chibok themselves the picture Helen Habila paints still reflects the tattered global landscape and how significant major events can be years later

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Ional community whose attention has moved onEmploying a fiction writer's sensibility and a journalist's curiosity THE CHIBOK GIRLS provides poignant portraits of everyday Nigerians whose lives have been transformed by extremist forces Habila illuminates the long history of colonialism and unmasks cultural and religious dynamics that gave rise to the conflicts that have ravaged the region to this day Brilliant work immediate and dynamic stylistically and emotionally wrenching in its honesty and authority

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And gained intimate access to the families of the kidnapped to offer a devastating account of this tragedy that stunned the world With compassion and deep understanding of historical context Habila tells the stories of the girls and the anguish of their parents; chronicles the rise of Boko Haram and the Nigerian government's inept response; and captures the indifference of the media and the internat The story content is important the narrative should be engrossing It s not The lack of adjectives and interesting commentary make this whole book as dry the Sahel Inclusion of unnecessary information lack of transitions and lack of timely introductions give this book serious pace and coherence issuesDon t read it unless you have to