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REVIEW | Chinenye Emezie’s Glass House is about a Nigerian family at war with itself

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Chinenye Emezie’s Glass House. (Supplied)
Chinenye Emezie’s Glass House. (Supplied)

Review: Glass House by Chinenye Emezie (Penguin)

Synopsis: When her newly married eldest sister suddenly takes her from their family compound in Iruama, Nigeria, to live with her in Awka, Udonwa experiences violence first-hand. Later, pieces of a sinister picture emerge that shake her life to the core.

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