Author: Benus Adu Poku
Print Edition: Bap Gbooks
Release Date: I July 2013
Cover: Vanessa Finaughty Cape Town, www.firebladepublishers.com
Printer: Groep 7 Drukkers Pretoria, www.groep7.co.za
This is Book Two of a planned trilogy with the same title. (Winning Writers Newsletter, USA, Award Winning Poems: Fall 2012) This BOLD epic is a Magnum Opus of the Celebrated African Writer, Benus Adu Poku. The protagonist, Boison, a young African man is compelled by socio-economic problems in his country to flee to Europe for a better life through illegal routes in the Sahara. There, he meets Hilda, an American woman. After a harrowing experience climbing Ahaggar Mountains, Boison and his friends and brothers and Hilda descend the Mountain peaks unscathed. There is tension and rancour and bitterness due to her presence. Boison ignores his brothers and helps searching for her kidnapped companions.
As Boison and Hilda are out searching for her companions, his brothers, loathing the woman, steal her property and vanish. Will black and white keys fall in quasi love? Why is the woman in the Sahara? Pathetically, left alone with her, they embark on three days trek, determined to enter Ghat in Libya. What is going to be the outcome of their determined but risky efforts…….? How will the Mysterious Hand of Divine Providence intervene? BOOK THREE concludes the trilogy on an emotionally-gripping memorable note.
Author: Benus Adu Poku
ISBN: 10:99911-697-1-7/ 13:9789991169712
Print Version: Bap Gbooks E-Book www.smashwords.com
Publication Date: September, 2012
Cover: Cal Sharp http://www.caligraphics.net
Printed by: Groep 7 Drukkers Pretoria, www.groep7.co.za Language: English
This saga establishes the artistic and literary prowess of Benus Adu Poku, Editors’ Choice Award-Winning and Critical Acclaim Author. Araba is crying from her heart to tell the world about the morally despicable attitude of her ungrateful husband. Araba is to lose her position as a legitimate wife to her bosom friend because she cannot (among other so-called qualities) deliver a ‘Vote of Thanks.’ The man she has loved and supported throughout the difficult stages of their marriage has now risen from rags to a wealthy government official. He has an ambition of becoming a Minister of State. Araba’s children are also not spared the rod. Is this the plight of women in other parts of the world? This title is dedicated to women and children; especially to vulnerable women who face marital injustice perpetrated by inconsiderate men. Who is going to challenge this ungrateful husband and fight for Araba?