Evolve or die by Nesthone Antoine
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The charismatic hero, to do away with discord and the tribal mentality that hamper the progress of his tiny nation, has to devise ways to persuade his people to stop-- injustices, hatred, greed, disparity between rich and poor, diseases, demographic problems, ecological and environmental degradation, et cetera. Literally, it looks like a mission impossible; however, the hero must reach his goal. He internalizes the good from his mother, and he rejects the bad that is all around him. He epitomizes courage, perseverance, compassion, intelligence, philosophy, bravery, and he values education. He learns never to let his setbacks take a hold on him. He holds no grudges no matter what even if he remembers because negative energies are unproductive. He believes in friendship, but he refuses to be a doormat for anyone. He has anxieties that petrify him up to doubt himself at times, but something always comes up to reassure him.Even though his people are spiteful and wicked, he feels that there is some good in everyone. He intends to succeed in his difficult mission at all cost to unite his people and to make his mother proud. The novel is not in any way an introspection; all the characters are imaginative, and even the lieu of the story's development does not really exist.

About Nesthone Antoine

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Nesthone Antoine is a technologist with more than a decade of experience. He is an ex-substitute teacher of the New York City Public School system. He holds a baccalaureate degree of science in applied science and technology with a concentration in electronics engineering technology. He has a good affinity for technical knowledge among other things. He spends most of his time reading and studying to keep up with the new technologies. He cares a lot about his Cisco certification which he wants to keep up to date at all cost. He becomes fond of writing not too long; he loves to teach others what he knows. He is the owner and primary consultant of Ogumex, which provides computer consulting services for both small businesses and individuals.
Published January 21, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 260 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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