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Win reading review copies of Someday Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli

Oneworld are delighted to be offering copies of Someday, Maybe to review lucky reading groups, the new novel from Onyi Nwabineli.

About Someday, Maybe

‘An astonishing debut, rich in both heartbreak and humour’ Jendella Benson, author of Hope & Glory

Stunningly honest and bursting with wit, Someday Maybe is the story of grief and resilience that you won’t be able to stop talking about.

Eve is left heartbroken by her husband’s unexpected death, but everyone around her – her friends, her boisterous British-Nigerian family, her toxic mother-in-law – seems to be pushing her to move on. Unable to face the future, Eve begins looking back, delving through the history of her marriage in an attempt to understand where it went wrong. So begins an unconventional love story about loss, resilience, and a heroine bursting with rage and unexpected joy.

How to get involved

To be in with a chance of winning 10 copies of Someday, Maybe for your reading group, please complete the survey by 23 November.

If successful, each of your members will be expected to share a review on Amazon, Goodreads, Waterstones or the Reading Groups for Everyone website within eight weeks of receiving the books. Please only pitch if you can commit to this.

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If you have any questions about this offer, please get in touch with chris.moore@readingagency.org.uk.

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