Vision of The Post colonial World in New Nigerian Fiction analyses contemporary Nigerian fiction as a representative of its society. It offers a positive vision of post colonial Nigerian society, a society that should not be defined by century old stereotypical notions about Africans or Nigerians as uncivilized barbarians rather it should be defined as a nation that has a rich Culture, Literature, History, Religion, Languages and above all its people. It presents a promising Nigeria that finds its strength in its people who are ever ready to fight all odds and obstacles prevalent in their society. The book is based on theoretical analysis of selected contemporary Nigerian writers's works. The four areas discussed in the book are personal and the political, religion, gender and language. The writers included are Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Helon Habila, Sefi Atta and Chris Abani; all of whom present themselves as true inheritors of Nigerian Literary tradition and heirs to Nigerian literary giant Chinua Achebe.