Reading through the lines of this chapbook gave me this conclusion: Jaachi is poetry and we who have had a taste of his poetic awesomeness don’t know how privileged we are. Of 30 is a repertoire of life’s lessons bundled into stanzas and lines. Whether you’re under or over 30, you should read this to anticipate and retrospect life at 30. – Victoria B. Willie, Author, Amina, a collection of poems.
Jaachi writes from the inside. His play-on-words through the lines of these poems launches the collection into a type of poetry one will always come back to read again.
– Kalu Siza Amah, Humanities Mulukongo, Osiri University, Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
When you’re 30, you become a sweet wine, a toast [not the bread type nor a wedding toast] but a delight for every fair sex. Jaachi writes from the heart reaching out to even dying souls. If rainbows were humans, Jaachi will be one of the hues. 30 comes as a beautiful compendium full of poetic surprises for the mind. An interesting voyage! – Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche, Author, Ozoemena.
In this, he has attended to all, drawing bashes and encomium from all sides of the poetic divide. As there is no perfect art, there is also no perfect collection of any art form. Hence, though this book may not be perfect, it is certainly worth engagement by any curious mind.
– Agu, Prince Osinayah, Founder, Aba Poetry Club.