‘Twisted’ is a revolutionary novel based on the findings of an international research.


In 2003, Nigerians were reported to be the happiest people in the world following the results of a scientific survey carried out in 65 nations in 1999-2001. The research was reported by one of the world’s top science magazines, New Scientist, and was picked up by a number of news outlets. The report considered that the country’s family life and culture were more important than its problems and material wealth in determining happiness.

Nigeria has a rich literary history, and Nigerians have authored many influential works of post-colonial literature in the English language. Nigeria’s best-known writers are Wole Soyinka, the first African Nobel Laureate in Literature and Chinua Achebe, the legendary writer best known for the novel, Things Fall Apart and his controversial critique of Joseph Conrad. Other Nigerian writers and poets who are well known on the international stage include Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, John Pepper Clark, Ben Okri, Buchi Emecheta, Helon Habila, Chris Abani, and Ken Saro Wiwa who was executed in 1995 by the military regime.

Nigeria has the second largest newspaper market in Africa (after Egypt) with an estimated circulation of several million copies daily in 2003.

Our Nigerian beauties have taken the world by storm, excelling in such beauty contests as M-Net Face of Africa and Miss World Beauty Pageant.

The Nigerian film industry (Nollywood) is budding with a variety of talents on daily basis, and is currently the 3rd largest movie industry in the world after Hollywood (USA) and Bollywood (India).

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This novel appreciates the exploits recorded in recent years. It delves into the ever fascinating world of modeling and beauty pageants, and with a touch of class draws attention to Nollywood and the tourism potentials of the country. It is a thriller, provocative, compelling and sensual, one whose characters are designed to operate in an atmosphere of grueling suspense, intrigue, love, sex, betrayal, violence, murder, such that readers are strapped into an unforgettable experience from opening page to shattering climax!

‘Twisted’ is a blockbuster novel that spans three genres: mystery, suspense and romance. It is devoid of offensive language, crassness, obscenity and extreme vulgarity such that the younger audience could explore its contents without their guardians expressing fear of untoward effects. Although not specifically written for a younger demographic, the novel is suitable for adolescents and adults alike. It is a novel for everyone to read and enjoy, irrespective of age, social class or religious inclination. Whether young or old, single or married, you’ll find this novel a most worthy companion.

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The novel is unique for its incredibly complex plot.

‘Twisted’ is a suspenseful story, with remarkable twists and turns. Its plot and subplots are designed to tickle your senses, place you on a high, knock you out and ultimately leave you breathless!

It is important to understand that the premise for this novel is centered on a character that lived all his life abroad. Everything about Mofe was foreign: his ideas, his ideals, his fantasies! He believed in the American dream and he lived out that dream. America made him who he was and he would always be grateful to America. The young man made exploits overseas, and he hardly visited his own country.

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To many outsiders Africa remains a complex conundrum, and a good number of our citizens out there are unwilling to return home. This is largely due to reports often received from the media — civil wars, dictatorships, poverty, and all the other favourite stereotypes of Africa in the press.

Mofe’s homecoming was necessitated by the death of his father. And by a gradual process of self-discovery, he got to realise that his motherland was a gold mine in itself.

This novel is a compelling story that captures the intensity of living, loving and creating a family in today’s world. A richly textured material that astounds the imagination, ‘Every Time We Meet’ leaves you spell-bound and ultimately makes your heart pound faster with each page.

The story captures the very essence of human relationship, the ability to sow a seed in the life of the person next to you. It brings that bond to the center stage in a real life situation, and admits how incredibly complex and how conflicting the images could be.



“The author displays an enviable intellectual creativity in his work. His plot meets up the Aristotle’s plausible and realistic standard. The characterization, dialogue, actions, theme, climax, anticlimax and the denouement are fantastic, credible and realistic, leading to uncontrollable catharsis in the end. The choice of language and setting gives the reader the feeling of spatial and psychological proximity and personal involvement. The novel could be picked up by the best of Hollywood movie makers… Nigeria has witnessed the birth of an emerging world class writer in Kennedy Obohwemu.” – Dr. Emmanuel Ufuophu-Biri (Department of Mass Communications, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria)

“A remarkably detailed narrative that gets more fascinating with each page. You just keep turning fast, wanting to know what happens next while your eyes get filled with tears. It’s simply awesome!” – Comfort Krah (Accra, Ghana)

“A great satisfying read about unforgettable characters in cosmopolitan, international settings guaranteed to make your spine tingle and your pulse pound. An unbelievable piece of literature too captivating for a debut novel… It’s a story too compelling to put down! This book will surely please a crowd!” – Ann Palmer (Gauteng, South Africa)

“Absorbing! Touching! Amazing characters! Nail-biting finishes! It’s a love story with a difference! You’ve got to give it to Africa! Two thumps up!!” – Apple Grace Alcantara (City of Manila, Philippines)

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