I enjoyed the storyline. About a tragic love story between Ojiji a ‘promiscuous’ girl and Obi a man who loved her but repeatedly got heartbroken because of her ‘waywardness’
Although drenched in misogyny and blame for a woman simply enjoying her sexuality the way men do, this book managed to hold my attention despite my initial repulsion.
There were too many POVs and a lot of head-hopping but I liked the way the story gradually built up.
It was written in the 80s and a lot of books back then had multiple POVs.
I’ll recommend this book simply because the storytelling by this author is good.