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Parrésia unveils book cover for Yishau’s ‘Vaults of Secrets’

The cover for Vaults of Secrets, a collection of short stories by award-winning journalist and author of In the Name of Our Father, Olukorede S. Yishau, has been unveiled by Parrésia Publishers Limited.
The collection has 10 stories with themes such as rare gift, doppelganger cum reincarnation, justice dispensation, betrayal, paternity, childhood love, prison life and corruption

The stories in the collection flirt with the limits of freedom and bondage. They are means through which Yishau examines the nature of man and his ability to choose.
The book published under its traditional imprint, Regium, also explores man’s ability to live with the choices he has made.
Yishau’s debut novel, ‘In the Name of our Father’, has been a subject of critical reviews, including graduate dissertations and undergraduate theses. Two-time Booker Prize Finalist Chigozie Obioma described it as “a work of deceptive simplicity”.
The release date will be announced shortly.

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