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Nigerians in Space is so much a novel of our time that it helps us track how far we’ve come from mid-century African novels.—Brittle Paper Available at indie bookstores around the country and on Amazon.
Praise for Nigerians in Space
"Nigerians in Space is a tale of African intellectuals abroad falling into a dramatic bid to return home and grab a place in the space race for the sake of patriotism and pride."
"Fast-paced, well-written and packed with insight and humor. Olukotun is a very talented storyteller."
"A crime thriller that is out of this world."
"Nigerians in Space is so much a novel of our time that it helps us track how far we’ve come from mid-century African novels."
"A madcap first novel that unravels like a spy thriller."