Tramps Who Took America …..With their eyes on the prize can they pay the price? The story of three young men from three different West African countries, two of whom though had previously lived in the U.S.A. and England found them selves back to a life of poverty in West Africa. In their determination to get back to their former stations in first world countries of the world, Teacher and Obilenzo brave the Sahara desert, not minding the risks involved accompanied by Adamou an ex-coup plotter in one of the West African countries who escaped from prison and was on the run for his dear life. The author in his characteristic witty style weaves the story around Teacher; a some what teacher of life’s philosophies. Philosophies, most of which he learned from the ‘school of hard knocks’, these he shares with his colleagues as they go on the risky trip. Obilenzo on the other hand is an ex-drug trafficker and ‘crack’ peddler who was deported from the U.S. now trying to tow a fresh line spiritually. He has this mysterious habit of hearing two voices dialogue within him and teaching him some deep truths about life, sometimes in a question and answer format. This unique suspense-filled and highly inspirational novel takes you from the streets of Lagos, Nigeria through certain rebel occupied areas of Sahara desert on to the streets of Muammer Ghadaffi led Libya and some other North African countries around the coasts of the Mediterranean sea. Discover for yourself whether these tramps were able to take America like they intend to.
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Published June 13, 2012
by Joshua Idemudia-Silva.
Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Travel.