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.
‘Touching, funny, insightful and, well, beautiful…’ Dorothy Koomson
‘It’s hard to believe that this outstanding novel is a debut. Poignant and heartfelt.’ PRIMA, Book of the Month, October
‘A beautiful and heart-breaking meditation on the layers of grief and love, the complicated expressions of human suffering and the courage it takes to let go of the past.’ Derek Owusu, author of That Reminds Me