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War Girls (War Girls, #1) txt War Girls (War Girls, #1) , text ebook War Girls (War Girls, #1) , adobe reader War Girls (War Girls, #1) , chapter 2 War Girls (War Girls, #1) , War Girls (War Girls, #1) 48164d Two Sisters Are Torn Apart By War And Must Fight Their Way Back To Each Other In A Futuristic, Black Panther Inspired NigeriaThe Year Is Climate Change And Nuclear Disasters Have Rendered Much Of Earth Unlivable Only The Lucky Ones Have Escaped To Space Colonies In The Sky In A War Torn Nigeria, Battles Are Fought Using Flying, Deadly Mechs And Soldiers Are Outfitted With Bionic Limbs And Artificial Organs Meant To Protect Them From The Harsh, Radiation Heavy Climate Across The Nation, As The Years Long Civil War Wages On, Survival Becomes The Only Way Of Life Two Sisters, Onyii And Ify, Dream Of Their Lives Have Been Marked By Violence And Political Unrest Still, They Dream Of Peace, Of Hope, Of A Future TogetherAnd They Re Willing To Fight An Entire War To Get ThereAcclaimed Author Tochi Onyebuchi Has Written An Immersive, Action Packed, Deeply Personal Novel Perfect For Fans Of Nnedi Okorafor, Marie Lu, And Paolo Bacigalupi

About the Author: Tochi Onyebuchi

Tochi Onyebuchi is a writer based in Connecticut He holds a MFA in Screenwriting from Tisch and a J.D from Columbia Law School His writing has appeared in Asimov s and Ideomancer, among other places Beasts Made of Night is his debut.

10 thoughts on “War Girls (War Girls, #1)

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    I m ashamed to admit that I went into reading WAR GIRLS knowing almost nothing about the Nigerian Civil War that ravaged the country in the late 1960s, following a declaration of secession and resulting in the displacement and death by famine of countless millions I held my breath through much of this book It s the story of two sisters, Onyii and Ify, who find each other on opposite sides of a devastating war, and explores the way violence ripples through lives, particularly those of children innocents who should never have to watch their families die in front of them or be taught to hold guns bigger than they are It is brutal, action packed, and heartbreaking, and it is a masterpiece It takes an author of great skill to instill such hope, love, and humanity into a topic of such intimate emotional pain, as a child of a mother who survived the civil war that inspired the book I couldn t recommend it highly Please keep an eye out for this book to hit shelves October 15

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    clutches book to chest and strokes the cover lovingly whilst crooning under my breath all the love songs I can think of

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    Received through Bookish com

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    LOOK AT THIS GORGEOUS COVER This is going to be fucking amazing

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    I had a hard time finishing this book for multiple reasons First, I don t enjoy reading dystopian books and the subject matter of girls being forced to kill in a war is very difficult to read about The author shines a light on a part of history I had no idea about I think for those like myself who are not familiar with the Nigerian Civil War, the story might be confusing when it comes to the two factions The writing was amazing as was the world building looking at the two factions and how different each one was I would not recommend this book for those that don t enjoy dystopia While I won this as a first impressions on Bookishfirst because I loved what I read, this may not be for everyone I would call this a military science fiction dystopia.I won this ARC for my first impressions review on Bookishfirst Thank you to the publisher, Razorbill, Bookishfirst and the author for allowing me to read this.

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    Black Panther inspired Nigeria adds to list

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    The full review can be found at The Book Bratz I received an ARC of WAR GIRLS are BookExpo 2019 I met Tochi ass BookExpo this year and though I wasn t familiar with his previous works he was incredibly fun to talk to and was down to earth He was also super excited to talk with everyone who was on his signing line and made sure that everyone was able to have their moment to talk to him I didn t know about War Girls until the cover reveal and ever since then I KNEW that I just had to read this book Though I didn t love War Girls as much as I hoped I was going too, I still did enjoy the story can t wait to see where Tochi is going to take these girls next I read a lot of science fiction and having a person of color as the main character isn t something I have seen often, so it was really nice to see the representation in this novel and I hope it is something we start seeing of in science fiction Some of Tochi s inspiration for War Girls came from the Nigerian Civil War I admit, I know almost nothing about the Nigerian Civil War and this novel opened my eyes to a horrible period of time in the worlds history I enjoyed most of War Girls but I do feel like there were things that could have used a lot development The novel takes place in a ravaged country in 2172, there has been nuclear fall out, war, famine the landscape is radically different as well as technology War Girls falls heavily on technology and the advances it makes in becoming one with humans Every concept in War Girls was interesting and cool but I had a hard time picturing it I feel like there needed to be description and explanation to what things are I went back a few times to make sure that I didn t miss a description, but there really wasn t one There is a lot that I wasn t to talk about but I can t because I don t want to spoil any of War Girls for those who are looking forward to it Though I did have my few issues with War Girls I did really enjoy Onyii and Ify s story and can t wait to see what Tochi has in store for these girls next.

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    29 3 19A scifi in Nigeria About two sisters and their bond WHAT My heart has dropped This is freaking awesome, maybe I am biased because I m Nigerian, but damn I love how there is so much diversity coming out in the literary world the past few years The young girl inside of me that dreamed of reading stuff like is squealing You can find me onYoutube Instagram Twitter Tumblr Website

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    I received an ARC from BookishFirst in exchange for an honest review.War Girls follows Onyii and Ify two sisters in a war torn world The book takes place in 2172 where there was a nuclear war I honestly had such high hopes for this book, especially because the cover is so beautiful and looks promising.I didn t like this book as much as I had hoped I love anything and everything fantasy, and I was very excited to read about a futuristic world that has been through so much I honestly had so many moments where I had no idea what was going on I wish there would have been way descriptions and how exactly the technology worked as well I couldn t picture anything, it sounded cool, how people were made with machines, but it never really says how the technology actually works I kept getting sidetracked because I just couldn t immerse myself into this world I have to say I know nothing about the Nigerian Civil War and maybe if I had researched about that, I would have understood better what was happening Don t get me wrong this is a promising book, I just really couldn t immerse myself because I like to know background information.I did really love the bond between the two sisters that this book follows, and how they will stop at nothing to help each other I mean even the bond the War Girls have with each other was awesome Another aspect I enjoyed was how it was action packed from chapter one I really think this book will be spectacular in most people s eyes.

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