Editorial review of Abiku: A Battle Of Gods
If per chance you follow my blog regularly, you may remember seeing a post about the supernatural/paranormal/fantasy/erotic romance novella I wrote Abiku: A Battle Of Gods. Well last year, my book received an editorial review by an online literary magazine. In case you didn’t see it when I shared it on Twitter, I thought to post the review here.
If you are new to my blog, I wrote a novella for an adult audience under the pen name Elizabeth Salawu. It kinda reminds me of ‘Helen of Troy’ as two males, one mortal and one immortal are both in love with a female. The female, Dayo, wasn’t sure if she was mortal or immortal herself.
Editorial review by E Young for Luna Station Quarterly
Now, as awesome as this book is it isn’t a read for everyone–it features sexual elements that make it a bit saucier than your average lunch break read (unless you can do that kind of thing where you are, then carry on). But I would say it was well integrated into the plot so as not to feel superfluous, and I appreciated the focus on Dayo learning who and what she truly is, and exploring her own desires.
You can read the full editorial review here.
You can download a FREE copy from my other website using coupon code ABIKU.
Abiku: A Battle Of Gods is also available for purchase on Amazon as well as any good book retailer.
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