“Like Zadie Smith, Ngamije has written quite an intellectual novel in which the racial politics are a central theme, and like Smith’s ‘White Teeth’, ‘The Eternal Audience of One is perfect for classrooms. And yet Ngamije has created something entirely his own… Intelligent and graceful… ‘The Eternal Audience of One’ adds something unique and urgently needed to the canon, a brave and post-modern coming-of-age novel. Ngamije’s gift is to show us that, although this novel is urgent and timely, Séraphin’s struggle to learn how to live in a harsh world is timeless.”Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star