Book Review: Hormones on Fire

I know you might be disappointed with how my day went with this, but I think I enjoyed

I ended up spending the day reading a book titled 'Hormones of Fire' by Niyi Olamiju. I'd really love to give a review. It goes thus;

When the feelings and the heart races on a spot and the hormones begin to swim freely, all we see are roses glittering with scents and deception and love-birds spinning in orbits of lies but behind the mirage is a flameless fire that burns with furry. When the grip, the hype and the dazzle is all gone, that's when you discover an irreplaceable scar and your innocence robbed.

From desperation to oblivion, from innocence to guilt, from shame to stardom...are the phrases that best capture the intriguing characters in this novel.

Gregory, 'the most sought after' as he's fondly called, had no other obsession at the time except Alero- 'The brilliant, beautiful but naive' newest student of Rockfield College and would do anything to make her go out with him.

However, of all girls in the college that were willing and ever looking forward to date Greg inspire of his taste and wish. Cynthia was the most desperate and went extra mile faking a birthday, had a birthday celebration in which he came and he was lured by her to bed (they had sex).

Alero and Greg ended up in a saga through Sam (Gregory's 'runs' friend and Cynthia's faviurite 'employee' would do anything for money) devilish plans.

It ended quite sadly.
Y'all should get yours and get for a friend or you take turns on one. Its a must read for every teenager and young adult.

How did you spend your Christmas?

Abayomi Adeola Della

Abayomi Adeola Della is a Life & Business Coach. She engages Content Development to bring ideas to life.


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