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Review

'Peace Adzo Medie is the doyenne of the emotional plot twist.' Chibundu Onuzo, author of Sankofa



'Medie's remarkable skills are on display here. She explores weighty themes with a deftness of touch.' Chika Unigwe, author of On Black Sisters' Street



'Nightbloom byPeace Adzo Medie...tells the story of Ghanaian cousins, Selasi and Akorfa, bosom childhood companions in Africa but bitterly estranged by adulthood... Medie offers an unflinching indictment of patriarchal power structures and corrupting complacency.' The Sunday Times, 'The summer's best popular fiction books'



'Nightbloom, Peace Adzo Medie’s sophomore novel, masterfully explores the complicated relationship between two childhood friends. I love the way it combines geographic range with deep intimacy. I highly recommend it.' Ayesha Harruna Attah, author of Zainab Takes New York



'A riveting story of friendship and belonging, from a remarkable Ghanaian talent, Nightbloom is a must-read book of the summer.' Bristol Magazine



'Nightbloom is a thought-provoking and illuminating read, masterfully intertwining personal struggles with a powerful reflection on societal dynamics and the impact of patriarchal systems.' Voice Magazine



'A formidable exploration of friendship and the intricacies of the relationships that shape us... Touching, bold and thought-provoking, this story is one everyone should read.' Onyi Nwabineli, author of Someday, Maybe



'[Medie] has produced a fine piece of fiction that utilises two strong female voices to great effect, telling a captivating story that resonates with the reader beyond the final page.' New Internationalist



'I was hooked on Peace's writing! A blistering story, written with razor sharp precision and characters who feel so real, it's like they're watching you all the while you're reading.' Huma Qureshi, author of Things We Do Not Tell the People We Love

About the Author

Peace Adzo Medie’s debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice, a New York Times Notable Book of 2020, and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. It was also a Reese’s Book Club pick. Her book, Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa, was published by Oxford University Press in 2020. She has won numerous awards for her scholarship and has held several fellowships, including the Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship. She holds a PhD in public and international affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and a BA in geography from the University of Ghana.

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Nightbloom

Nightbloom

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  • ISBN: 9780861548125
  • Author: Peace Adzo Medie
  • Publisher: One World
  • Pages: 352
  • Format: Paperback
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Review

'Peace Adzo Medie is the doyenne of the emotional plot twist.' Chibundu Onuzo, author of Sankofa



'Medie's remarkable skills are on display here. She explores weighty themes with a deftness of touch.' Chika Unigwe, author of On Black Sisters' Street



'Nightbloom byPeace Adzo Medie...tells the story of Ghanaian cousins, Selasi and Akorfa, bosom childhood companions in Africa but bitterly estranged by adulthood... Medie offers an unflinching indictment of patriarchal power structures and corrupting complacency.' The Sunday Times, 'The summer's best popular fiction books'



'Nightbloom, Peace Adzo Medie’s sophomore novel, masterfully explores the complicated relationship between two childhood friends. I love the way it combines geographic range with deep intimacy. I highly recommend it.' Ayesha Harruna Attah, author of Zainab Takes New York



'A riveting story of friendship and belonging, from a remarkable Ghanaian talent, Nightbloom is a must-read book of the summer.' Bristol Magazine



'Nightbloom is a thought-provoking and illuminating read, masterfully intertwining personal struggles with a powerful reflection on societal dynamics and the impact of patriarchal systems.' Voice Magazine



'A formidable exploration of friendship and the intricacies of the relationships that shape us... Touching, bold and thought-provoking, this story is one everyone should read.' Onyi Nwabineli, author of Someday, Maybe



'[Medie] has produced a fine piece of fiction that utilises two strong female voices to great effect, telling a captivating story that resonates with the reader beyond the final page.' New Internationalist



'I was hooked on Peace's writing! A blistering story, written with razor sharp precision and characters who feel so real, it's like they're watching you all the while you're reading.' Huma Qureshi, author of Things We Do Not Tell the People We Love

About the Author

Peace Adzo Medie’s debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice, a New York Times Notable Book of 2020, and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. It was also a Reese’s Book Club pick. Her book, Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa, was published by Oxford University Press in 2020. She has won numerous awards for her scholarship and has held several fellowships, including the Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship. She holds a PhD in public and international affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and a BA in geography from the University of Ghana.

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