- The Nameless Republic trilogySon of the Storm (#1)Suyi Davies Okungbowa
- StandaloneDavid Mogo, GodhunterSuyi Davies Okungbowa
The Nameless Republic trilogy
Son of the Storm (#1)
“A mesmerizing coming of age tale set against a thrilling, fantastical adventure that introduces an beguiling new world...and then rips apart everything you think you know.”
S. A. Chakraborty, author of City of Brass
David Mogo, Godhunter
"A number of books have been termed 'godpunk,' but Suyi Davies Okungbowa's novel may be the subgenre's platonic deific ideal, from its title to its plot to its terse but vivid prose[...] Assured and arch, unsettling and thoroughly enjoyable--an auspicious debut from one of the most promising new voices in the growing coterie of African Sci-Fi/Fantasy writers."
"In this riveting debut, Okungbowa reminds readers that home and family are not always about blood.[...] This story is captivating, and readers who enjoy non-Western fantasy, mythpunk, and tales of found family will find it delightful."
"Okungbowa builds a fantastic world that’s a welcome break from the usual European-style sword and sorcery epics, while also honoring modern, real-world Lagos."
"Vivid, visceral and with a strength of the voice that just pulls me right in. The god-littered world of David Mogo's Lagos just won't let go."
Jeanette Ng, author of Under the Pendulum Sun
"It’s a fun fresh ride brimful of adventure, showcasing great new talent. Wholeheartedly recommend if you love Zen Cho, Tade Thompson or Nnedi Okorafor."
Liz de Jager, author of the Blackhart Legacy trilogy
"An adventure of literally cosmic proportions...DAVID MOGO, GODHUNTER is a fun, fast adventure and an easy way for American readers to expand their reading of African spec fic."