What Bloggers say about Dasience

  • Grey Clinton Agu - Diary of a Black god
    Funmi is one writer I love reading her works. Funmi features people in such a way that you already get to know them before meeting them. Funmi reviews books in a way that you can't wait to read them. I just love her style of writing, she is like a complete package to me.
    Grey Clinton Agụ
    Diary of a Black god
  • Your blog is great! I love the book reviews and celebrating greatness series the most. I think the only thing I would say you should review is just your questions. Probably change them up a bit cause I noticed they are most times the same but there's also a style to that, so it's okay. You're doing a great job love. I would root for you anywhere, anytime.
    Omooba Adetunji
    The Red Journal
  • Dasience is a world you can enter when you just want to live in a world outside your own. I love the abstractness of thoughts and how they can transport you someplace you never thought existed. Dasience does that; it gives you a chance to go on a journey to someplace beautiful, even if just in words expressing thoughts. I especially love the book reviews. Her words satisfy me enough to not even want to read the book itself.
    Moyo Kolawole
    Journals Tag

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July 15, 2019
Lie To Me Dan by Longrin We

Book Review – Lie to Me, Dan by Longrin Wetten

I am more determined than ever to finish the books I have especially the ones publishers sent me, Lie to Me Dan by Longrin Wetten had […]
July 15, 2019
The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma

Book Review – The Fishermen by Chigozie Obioma

I read great things about Chigozie Obioma’s book, The Fishermen. I knew I had to read it ASAP. Hatred is a leech: The thing that sticks […]
July 11, 2019
Chai Tang Restaurant Review

Chai Tang Restaurant Review  – My First Chinese Food Experience

I had my first Chinese food at Chai Tang last month. No, I had no plans to visit anytime soon, I was always going to try […]
June 25, 2019
The Burgess Theory

Book Review – The Burgess Theory by Tobi Nifesi

The review of The Burgess Theory is long overdue and I am glad I finally published it now. This is the second Tobi Nifesi’s book I […]
June 24, 2019
Rufus and Bee

Rufus and Bee Review – Have Fun At The Games Arcade | Bowling | Sports Bar

Rufus and Bee has always been on the list of places to visit.  After my exams, I wanted to go out but I did not want […]
June 21, 2019

Book Review – Stealing The Scream by Theodore Carter

Run Amok books reached out to me to review Stealing the Scream by Theodore Carter. It is unlike anything I have read before. BUSINESS OF THE […]
June 21, 2019
Final Year Blues

Final Year Blues

As memories waft to my consciousness, I remember when I made this post on the reason I picked psychology. Now, I am in my final year […]
April 16, 2019
Food Shack Lagos

Food Shack Lagos Restaurant Review – Food & Ambience

I finally made it to Food Shack Lagos after months of being unintentional about it, apart from going to fun places like Lekki Conservation Centre, I […]
March 29, 2019

Book Review – What The Day Owes The Night by Yasmina Khadra

What The Day Owes The Night is the book I started my 2019 challenge with. If you want to know more about the challenge, do read […]
March 7, 2019
The National Theatre Lagos

The National Theatre, Lagos – Watch A Live Performance

I went to the National Theatre, Lagos in secondary school. I was thrilled back then, going back there over the weekend felt like a reunion, it […]
March 3, 2019
February Book Wrap Up

February Book Wrap Up – March Books

It will never be too late to say, Happy New Month! I hope you had a great reading time in February.  It started really slow for […]
March 2, 2019
How Dare The Sun Rise Review by Sandra Uwiringiyimana

Book Review – How Dare The Sun Rise by Sandra Uwiringiyimana

I want girls to know that they have the power to speak out. They don’t have to stay quiet. No matter what culture or country you […]