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R good changes his life forever How can he fulfill his mission How will he learn to control his newfound powersAward winning Nnedi Okorafor acclaimed for her Akata novels introduces a new and engaging hero in her first novel for middle grade readers set against a richly textured background of contemporary Nigeri Yes the book opens with the funeral for the main character s father who was murdered Yes there is darkness and violence in this book And yes that is very typical for books which appeal middle grade readers This in response to earlier reviews that almost misled meLike all of Okorafor s works that I ve read this is well written and flows well it was enjoyable to readThis is a superhero origin story in a way I kept thinking Incredible Hulk Shazam It s also a murder mystery but honestly as a murder mystery it s weak Most of all it s a coming of age story about a boy who is thrust into responsibility and given power than he can handle okay that s a bit of Spider Man tooI enjoyed this book I would read a seuel if one comes out

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Ikenga AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor

Nnedi Okorafor's acclaimed first novel for middle grade readers introduces a boy who can access super powers with the help of the magical IkengaNnamdi's father was a good chief of police perhaps the best Kalaria had ever had He was determined to root out the criminals that had invaded the town But then he was mu The only other middle grader books the characters are 12 I imagine this is for kids around ten years olds I ve read are Ursula laguin s earthsea books and it was wonderful to read this story about a child finding his power wrestling with grief and his own darkness There were times when I was like why is this character talking like that and then I would remember that the book was written with kids in mind Nevertheless it was a great sleepy time before bed book

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Rdered and most people believed the Chief of Chiefs most powerful of the criminals was responsible Nnamdi has vowed to avenge his father but he wonders what a twelve year old boy can do Until a mysterious nighttime meeting the gift of a magical object that enables super powers and a charge to use those powers fo A little darker I didn t mean this as a pun when I wrote it but then I realized it is about a shadow man than most of the fantasyscifi genre of YA that I ve read grief anger violence and confusion But uite well done and I didn t come away depressed I particularly enjoyed how real the characters were especially some of the contradictions in their actions More real humanity than most novels YA or adult in this respect where characters who are written often are consistently in character than real people A little fantasymagic a lot of genuine emotional impact and things to think about and the setting being a culture many readers may not have had much exposure too Well worth the read


5 thoughts on “Ikenga AUTHOR Nnedi Okorafor

  1. says:

    The only other middle grader books the characters are 12 I imagine this is for kids around ten years olds I've read are Ursula laguin's earthsea books and it was wonderful to read this story about a child finding his power wrestling with grief and his own darkness There were times when I was like why is this character talking like that and then I would remember that the book was written with kids in mind Never

  2. says:

    A little darker I didn't mean this as a pun when I wrote it but then I realized it is about a shadow man than most of the fantasyscifi genre of YA that I've read grief anger violence and confusion But uite well done and I didn't come away depressed I particularly enjoyed how real the characters were especially some of the contradictions in their actions More real humanity than most novels YA or adult in this r

  3. says:

    Yes the book opens with the funeral for the main character's father who was murdered Yes there is darkness and violence in this book And yes t

  4. says:

    Yes it’s a book for younger readers but don’t let that stop adults from reading it It deals with channeling and controlling str

  5. says:

    As a 70 year old man who doesn't much care for superhero stories I am definitely not the intended reader for this book But the author is Nnedi Okorafor so I had to read it I'm glad I did Nnamdi is 'gifted' although he often thinks he's cursed with the power to right the wrong that has been done to his family With the help of his