Sometimes when you get served a literary meal, it’s purely for entertainment, something to just make you feel good. Other times, though, that meal has a very distinct purpose to inform or to educate. Don’t Join is one of those meals and, for the people that meal is meant to be served to, it may be one of the most important books they could consume. You see, this book is meant to serve as a warning and education to the youths of Nigeria to point them away from the terrible life in various youth gangs. Heavy stuff indeed.
As always, at this point, let’s drag out the usual ground rules:
- I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre.
- I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.