Cover Reveal: Fib and the Axe of Fury by Esosa Kolawole

“Never take your glasses off outside the walls of our home.”

When Fibikemi loses her glasses and inadvertently breaks her mother’s rule, she encounters something strange, and it is only the beginning of a weird and terrifying journey; in a matter of time, someone dangerous will come for her.

Her friend Aaron Oni has just two more months to live, and Fib’s obsession with saving Aaron pushes her to do the unimaginable.

Eventually, she discovers exactly why she must never take off her eyeglasses outside her home.

Fib and the Axe of Fury is an enthralling blend of vibrant fantasy and exotic African mythology.

Here is a little bit about the author. Esosa Kolawole is a Nigerian author and the founder of The Quirky Pen Girl – a blog that creates quick and easy tips from writers. She received a bachelor’s degree in Estate Management from the Federal University of Technology, Akure.  Her works include The house of tiny people and other short stories. She lives with her family in Oluyole, Ibadan where she writes stories and play games. You can also follow her on Goodreads.

I am very excited about this post. This is my very first time doing a cover reveal for a new book coming out soon! 😀 The author contacted me and told me a little bit about her work and asked if I would do a cover reveal and a review of her book, Fib and the Axe of Fury. The book sounded so unique and fascinating. Plus, I’ve been trying to read more books from other countries and cultures besides North America. I can’t wait to start reading this one! Thank you Esosa for letting me do a cover reveal and review of your new book. 🙂

Fib and the Axe of Fury is published by Zuma Publishing and comes out June 2019.


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