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I, Woman by Ezeodili Paul

I, Woman

I, Woman
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He was a Lion, and she was his lioness---or at least, she tried to be. Her name, Halima. Married to the President of Nigeria, she was the country's First Lady. Ever dutiful and loving, she was wide...

rating 2.67/5genre Prose > Chicklit
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He was a Lion, and she was his lioness---or at least, she tried to be.

Her name, Halima. Married to the President of Nigeria, she was the country's First Lady. Ever dutiful and loving, she was widely considered as the best First Lady the country had ever seen. The country loved her---how could it not? With her smile that seemed to radiate good fortune.

Halima's life changes drastically when her husband meets a mysterious death. Suicide, is the word the people speak of, but Halima would hear nothing of it. She remains convinced that her husband was assisinated. Determined to find her husband's killer, she ventures into the world of politics, on the road to become Nigeria's next president.

But then, if only Halima had known the true story behind her husband's death, perhaps she would have thought twice about vying for the post of President, and putting every other thing she held dear in peril.


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3 review[s]

harie
This was an amazing read. I don't want to believe the president committed suicide. He seemed to have so much vision and the energy to execute them, to see them become reality. Killing himself doesn't make much sense.
Friday, 09-Aug-2019
paul
I read and reviewed this book before it was accepted for publishing. I think it's hilarious, the best of its kind I've read since this year
Sunday, 19-May-2019
hala
It is so intriguing 😍🎉
Saturday, 04-May-2019

1 comment[s] in part 1

cloak
Wow. This was lovely. Though, I can't help but also doubt that the ex president commuted suicide. The diary didnt let it look that way. And just because the attacker claimed the president commited suicide doesn't mean he actually knows the whole truth.
Saturday, 15-Jun-2019