Tales from Different Tails: a review – by Henrietta Hammond-Boadu

Nana Awere Damoah’s Tales from Different Tails is an easy read. The stories bring back memories of life on campus and gives an interesting look into some things we go through in life as a whole; from feeling overwhelmed on your first day on campus through, as a female, feeling like fresh meat left out with flies all over you to handling heart matters on and off campus, to dealing with the everyday life of taking troski. Oh, and then there are the nicknames that take over one’s life leaving only family members knowing the documented name.

Tales from Different Tails sometimes made me laugh out and other stories in the book left me thinking. Nana Awere Damoah uses words that make it easy for people from all age groups to read and understand, and injects humor which makes you want to keep reading. I really enjoyed this book.

Henrietta Hammond-Boadu, IT Professional

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