Adaeze (a novella)

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About The Book

“A few months after, on a hot, dry afternoon, I get a beep call, quickly followed by a text that reads: “I’m sorry.”

This stands as the single darkest day of our friendship. It’s the day she decides to take her life…”

Adaeze by Tochukwu Precious Eze mirrors the mind of a young, traumatized Nigerian lady. It follows her on a quest as she tries to find an essential part of herself.

Freedom gives and takes from us. Freedom is a blessing and a curse. Adaeze ends up becoming a victim of her own curiosity.

As issues begin to compound, how does she handle them? Do they keep her down or does she find a way to get back up?

This book raises a lot of concerns that we can’t shy away from at this point. It spotlights the loophole in our mental health system and the many ways it hurts our society.



About the Author

Tochukwu Precious Eze is a Nigerian creative writer, blogger, and mental health enthusiast. His works have appeared in Writers Space Africa, Nalubaale Review Magazine, Cónscìò Magazine, The Muse, and elsewhere. He is the author of poetry collections, Tobé (2020) and Agụ (2021).

Tochukwu graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where he studied Microbiology. He is the founder of Direwords and Mental Health Awareness Africa.

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1 review for Adaeze (a novella)

  1. Chidinma

    Kudos Tochukwu. Adaeze is a really nice piece of writing. I was left wondering which part is true and which is fiction.
    You did a nice job of painting reality. So many are suffering from mental health issues with their loved ones without a clue on what they can do to help them.

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