Ruqayyah reviews Season of Crimson Blossoms

In the very first episode of Reading with R, Ruqayyah Nabage reviews the novel by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, Season of Crimson Blossoms. Discover what she thinks of the award-winning book.

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7 thoughts on “Ruqayyah reviews Season of Crimson Blossoms”

  1. And Yes! The book isn’t heavily political and that’s why it’s my favorite Nigerian book.
    The writing was just so perfect.

  2. I loved every single second of this. Your words still linger in mind, I have never been a fan books with traditional or cultural settings but your review makes me want to read this awesome piece of work and many more like it. I loved your voice too. Ruqayyah, thank you for taking your time to tell us what you think of this beautifully written book. For the next podcast, I’ll love a review about An Abundance of Scorpions.

  3. I loved every single second of this. Your words still linger in mind, I have never been a fan books with traditional or cultural settings but your review makes me want to read this awesome piece of work and many more like it. I loved your voice too. Ruqayyah, thank you for taking your time to tell us what you think of this beautifully written book. For the next podcast, I’ll love a review about An Abundance of Scorpions.

  4. I really enjoyed listening to this. Not only because I was introduced to a new book, but also because I could feel all the emotions in your voice. It was sooo engaging. This is amazing and I look forward to the next episode ❤️

  5. An amazing insight of the book. One of the best to come out of the North. Abubakar Adam is truly talented. Thank you for this podcast. I’m going with number 1, Daughters Who Walk This Path by Yejide

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