What Sunny Saw In The Flames

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What Sunny Saw in the Flames transports the reader to a magical place where nothing is quite as it seems. Born in New York, but living in Aba, Nigeria, thirteen-year-old Sunny is understandably a little lost. She is albino. Her eyes are so sensitive to the sun that she has to wait until evening to play football.  Apart from being good at the beautiful game, she has a special gift: she can see into the future.  At school, she soon becomes part of a special quartet with unique powers. Together, Sunny, Orlu, Chichi and Sasha explore this exciting realm of strange creatures and dark secrets. The good news is that in this world, your worst defect is actually your greatest asset. But there’s a catch. Someone is kidnapping children and maiming or killing them. The group is asked to help track down the criminal. Will Sunny be able to overcome the killer with powers stronger than her own, or will the future she saw in the flames come to reality?

Nnedi Okorafor’s novel is an absorbing coming-of-age fantasy novel, ideal for young teenagers.


Author:  Nnedi Okorafor | Print ISBN: 978-1911115106 | E-Book ISBN: 978-1911115113 | Format: Paperback | No of Pages: 229 | Publication Date: July 2016

Categories : Young Adult

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Nnedi Okorafor is a multi-award-winning novelist of African-based sci fi, fantasy and magical realism. Born in the USA to Nigerian immigrant parents, Nnedi is a professor of creative writing and literature at the University of Buffalo. She is the winner of Hugo, Nebula and World Fantasy Awards, and the Wole Soyinka Prize for Literature in Africa.

Nnedi Okorafor was born in the United States to Nigerian parents. She holds a PhD in English and is a professor of creative writing at Chicago State University. She resides in the suburbs of Chicago with her daughter, Anyaugo. Her first novel Zahara the Windseeker won the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature and was shortlisted for the Parallax Award and Kindred Award. Her latest novel Who Fears Death won the world Fantasy Award in 2011.

Find out more at Nnedi Okorafor’s website http://nnedi.com/


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