The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad

The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The privileged daughter of a prominent village chief challenges age-long traditions. This is much to the chagrin of the ruling class and her family. This sets up a cataclysmic set of events that forever change their thoughts about women and the place of traditional beliefs in an ever-changing world.

The author did a good job of setting the stage and bringing me as a reader into the rural African setting that the story takes place. The raw and vivid delivery in which the author brings Lami's plight to life was well done. The story flowed well, the characters were developed and I would recommend this story to readers who would enjoy a great cultural read on traditions and change.

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