In celebration of African literary works and the magic of African storytelling, Princess Irede Abumere of BBC Africa is reviewing books by African writers.

On its new episode, The African Book Club examined the debut work of Zimbabwe author, Novuyo Rosa Tshuma, “House of Stone”.

Abumere reviewed the book alongside book lover and Digital Marketing specialist Franklyne Ikediasor.

The story centers around the life of Zumani, a 24 years old orphan of war, who aspires to make his landlord his father and his landlady his mother – to make them love him more than they loved their missing son, Bukhosi

The story exemplifies the reality that sometimes, the situation can make good people do terrible things.

Related Post

Watch Full Video


Join Station Magazine Tribe
Get Your copy of my ebook Now

Subscribe To Daily Email To Get an Ebook on Online Business Ideas

Get a Copy of my ebook on Online Business ideas that Assure You of Financial Freedom.

We won't disturb you with spams or temper with your privacy