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The Chameleon Girl

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The Chameleon Girl, by Jane Labous, is published by Farafina Books, the literary imprint of Nigerian publishing house Kachifo, and available on Amazon.

Farafina offers the best in contemporary African writing, and has published over 30 titles from Africa’s most celebrated literary authors, including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Chris Abani, Ben Okri and Ngugi wa Thiong’o. 

The Chameleon Girl is the story of a British-Senegalese university lecturer, Soumaya Dramé, who returns to her father's homeland - only to discover a shattering family secret.

 

The book's cover art is designed by Nigerian artist, Viktor Ehikhamenor.

Praise for The Chameleon Girl:

"The book’s strength lies in its remarkably human portrayal of its characters. It delves into their vulnerabilities, intentions (both virtuous and flawed), and diverse personalities. It skillfully demonstrates how one person’s choices can ripple through the lives of others, affecting not only their contemporaries but also future generations. While there have been numerous stories depicting the experiences of biracial individuals and their unique struggles, The Chameleon Girl is a breath of fresh air." - Adaobi Nnadozie in Book o'Clock Review

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