I am ashamed to say that this book has been on my TBR for a long time especially when I got an autographed copy from the author himself. In the spirit of Valentine’s day, I had a desire to read a romantic story this month and this book was recommended to me by @bookpeddlerng so I decided to finally pick it up and read. It took me a while to get into the story but when I eventually did, I couldn’t stop. Marylyn Zhasa and her life on campus in a Nigerian University is nostalgic as it brings back fond memories of my days in University, living on campus, attending lectures, parties and all what not. Marylyn is a confident and intelligent seventeen year old who thinks she has her life all planned out but is tossed into a complicated series of events when she meets the handsome and popular Dan or D-Man. Lie To Me, Dan is a story about young love, friendship, mean lecturers, cultism in Nigerian Universities and the dangers that come with it. It was a well written piece of work, a quick read with pockets of suspense in the right places and appropriate for teenagers and young adults. My teenage daughter is now reading this book….
Published: January 2013 by Authorhouse
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The Author: Longrin Wetten is a publisher, trained Electrical and Computer Engineer, writing enthusiast, thinker and a change agent. He is the author of ‘Lie To Me Dan’, the inventive and unconventionally rendered tale of cultism in Nigerian universities and how it affects the youths. Mr Wetten runs Penthusia Media, and he intends to revolutionize the reading culture in Africa by making reading more fun.
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