Author Suleiman Ocheni
Genre Romance Suspense
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Whew! This has been a roller coaster ride. I’m sorry for starting with my own emotions but I got to exactly half-way this book and I went “Woooow! That was a lot.” It kept coming too.
Suleiman Ocheni hit all the high notes with Baby Factory.
Firstly, this book is aptly named and couldn’t have had a better cover, and yet the picture this name suggested for me was so far off from the real story. I believe this has more to do with cultural influence than anything else.
Aleeza Kali, is a very sweet girl and comes from a very sheltered background. Upon her first foray into romance she became pregnant. After much heartbreak, she gave birth to a baby girl in one of the most prestigious hospitals in London.
Aleeza grew suspicious when several things surrounding the birth of her daughter doesn’t add up. She is devastated by the events but is determined to get at what she believes to be the truth.
Against much opposition from the people in her life and in spite of the great danger involved, Aleeza set out to uncover the truth about her daughter and the secrets lurking in the corridors of St. Agnes Hospital.
This story was written by a master storyteller. From the first line, it grabs the readers’ attention and keeps it.
The reader is drawn into this unknown world of a sweet girl with the fortitude of a lion. She will stop at nothing to get at the truth and the criminal entities who are prepared to do all they can to keep the truth from coming out.
One of the interesting things I found was the way Aleeza’s character was written. She appears so innocent, pure, and seem to be blessed with goodness. However, when the situation changes and the odds are against her Aleeza shows such resourcefulness and determination, it will catch you off guard.
What I Liked
The author’s writing style is everything you could ask for and more. The fast pace manner in which this book is written, the wonderful story it contains and the manner in which the main characters are portrayed makes it a must for everyone who loves a good suspense.
What I Didn’t Like
Nothing. I wouldn’t change a thing.
I do have one concern however, while the name is apt, the meaning of it may very well escape readers and cause them to miss out on what is one of the best books I have read this year.
*I received this book from the Author in exchange for a review. I also received his permission to use his cover.*
Stamp of Approval
It’s my pleasure to recommend it without reservation.
This book has definitely made my list of The Most Interesting Books to Read.
I have to buy this for my Dad.
By Candy Benn