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  • Wow, what a debut! I was left wanting more - more of Ronke, Boo and Simi and more of Nikki's brilliant writing about food and friendship. Warm and fun, I loved watching the more sinister side to the story emerge. Fantastic!

    SARAH PEARSE, author of THE SANATORIUM
  • Has all the makings of a modern blockbuster

    VOGUE
  • I just raced through Wahala. Nikki May writes so well about friendship, food, fashion and the many ways modern women can stumble in their careers and personal lives

    CLARE CHAMBERS, author of SMALL PLEASURES
  • Pull up a seat at the brunch table for this delicious debut novel as the lives of three women are unsettled by a seductive interloper. WAHALA is like the best gossip with friends: witty, tense, addictive

    ABIGAIL DEAN, author of GIRL A
  • I have a feeling this book is going to be huge! It examines friendships that are held together by the thinnest of threads, all the doubts and questions that come from the choices women face, self-destruction, good intentions, bad intentions and a creeping sense of... well, trouble

    MARIANNE CRONIN, author of THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF LENNI AND MARGOT

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