It is a small book and I read it cover to cover in one sitting but what it lacks in length it makes up for in humour and wise information. She covers everything from choosing the right course to getting a job after your studies or if you are already working, there are tips on how to get ahead in your career.
At the end, I feel like I have had a long talk with my big sister who has told me about my life and expectations. You get the feeling that you will let her down if I don’t come back from ‘Obodo Oyibo’ a massive success. All in all, I feel like I should have read this book a few years ago before my first disastrous trip to the UK; where I jumped on a tube train heading the wrong way and got fined by the traffic enforcement for not having a ticket!
‘The JJC handbook- adapting to the UK with ease’ is Valerie Kerri’s first book, She lives in London and is an entrepreneur and writer. The book will be officially launched in the UK on the 26th of August, 2016.