Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy’s reviews analysis as at April 1, 2020

The table below shows all reviews penned by Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy and published on Memorila, arranged in a descending order from the highest viewed to the lowest.

This list is true as at April 1, 2020 15:41hrs.

Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy's reviews analysis as at April 1, 2020

1Ola Rotimi’s Ovonramwen Nogbaisi: When history becomes drama2668
2Abubakar Gimba’s Witnesses to Tears: An indictment on our moral order1400
3Henrik Ibsen’s realism in An Enemy of the People wears the garb of idealism1108
4Heroes of bygone days: A review of Ahmed Yerima’s Attahiru938
5A visit to the forest of daemons: Reading D. O. Fagunwa’s Ogboju Ode Ninu Igbo Irumale769
6Womanism in African Literature: The example of Flora Nwapa’s Women are Different693
7Biafra must be conquered: Olusegun Obasanjo’s My Command571
8Women’s commitment to the common struggle in the Niger Delta region: A review of May Ifeoma Nwoye’s Oil Cemetery473
9Writing through the eye of the West: Chika Unigwe’s Night Dancer391
10Twingle-Twangle: A Twyining Tayle – The choice between two leadership styles376
11Dictatorship in Africa: The story in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s Wizard of the Crow349
12Journey to the Niger Delta with Helon Habila’s paper boat, Oil on Water272
13Bessie Head and her When Rain Clouds Gather271
14The folktale tradition in a technological world: A review of Onyemaechi Maxwell Opia-Enwemuche’s The Oracle of Isieke253
15Chinua Achebe’s There was a Country: A tripartite story in four parts213
16Let us talk classicism again: a critical review of Abdul O. Umar’s The Surrogate213
17When a goat is pushed to the wall: A review of Wale Ogunyemi’s Kiriji211
18Okinba Launko’s Cordelia: When the dramatist tells a story209
19Ikeogu Oke’s The Heresiad – A return to traditional poetry?205
20The admixture of humour and tears: The case of Reward Nsirim’s Fresh Air and Other Stories172
21Femi Morgan is a drunkard: Review of his Renegade153
22Merging an education in symbology with telling a scintillating story: The case of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons145
23Irfan Master’s A Beautiful Lie: A fictional history of India and the birth of Pakistan143
24Sterility of the new African middle-class and post-independence disillusionment: a review of Sembene Ousmane’s Xala136
25The blooming flowers in A Handful of Dust134
26Dan Brown’s versatility in Digital Fortress131
27Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North: A journey into North Africa’s literary arena 125
28Souls in search of healing: A review of Abubakar Adam Ibrahim’s Season of Crimson Blossom123
29Juka Fatou Jabang’s The Phoenix: The path to female liberation is via total denigration of men114
30Deep reflections on poetry and existence: A review of Umar Abubakar Sidi’s The Poet of Dust114
31Commitment and the poet: A review of Maxamed Ibraahin Warsame Hadraawi’s The Poet and the Man114
32Jennie Erdal’s Ghosting: A Double Life – A must read for every writer113
33One day in the life of one man: A review of E. C. Michaels’ Dawn to Dusk113
34FBO Akporobaro’s The Lament of the Town Crier: The true calling of the African poet107
35Tekena Nitonye Tamuno’s Oil Wars in the Niger Delta (1849-2009) is not just history102
36Breaking barriers and pushing the frontiers of language: A review of Mutiu Olawuyi’s “The Blotted Pawpaw” (A story without verb)98
37Inspiring young africans: T. E. Meniru’s Ibe The Cannon Boy97
38Examining the greatness of South African literature through the vista of Can Themba’s The Will to Die95
39The thriller tradition in Nigerian literature: Taminu Sule Lagi’s The Bofak Illusion as an example85
40Vincent de Paul’s picaresque, Twisted Times – Son of Man82
41Amelia: a review of Nike Campbell-Fatoki’s Thread of Gold Beads81
42The old Wild West in L. Ron Hubbard’s Branded Outlaw79
43Reading Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book: A journey into the world of my childhood74
44Cultural imperialism and alienation in Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s “A Meeting in the Dark” and “Minutes of Glory”72
45Yann Martel’s Life of Pi: Surviving against all odds63
46Nigerians and the aberrant culture of imbecility and docility: An examination of Abdul O. Umar and Sam Iyanda’s Stray Bullet61
47James Patterson and Micheal Ledwidge’s Step on a Crack: A deviation from the norm61
48Gabriel Awuah Mainoo’s 60 Aces of Haiku59
49Maxamed Xaashi Dhamac ‘Gaarriye’: Rejecting the stains of silence56
50A critical appraisal of Elizabeth Semende’s Rays of a Bleeding Sun by Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar56
51Ifrah Monsur: Voice of a refugee artist | #SaturdayReview52
52Jacob Unekwu Agada’s Amongst the Dead, a review by Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy52
53Enemali took me back to those days: A review of Theophilus Enemali’s Homesick in Paradise50
54Nadifa Mohamed’s The Orchard of Lost Souls: A realistic depiction of the Somalia of the 80s47
55A broken home and uncontrollable anger in Umar Abdul and Ologwu Ekundayo’s The Broken Moon47
56Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer’s Between the Lines: Murdering our “Happily Ever After”42
57Literature in the North: A review of Mujahid Ameen Lilo’s City of Smoke34
58Cristina Ali Farah’s Little Mother: Capturing the ripple effects of the Somali Civil War32