ESCAPE from the SOUTH

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AuthorHouse, Feb 15, 2012 - Fiction - 314 pages
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Two ladies from sex-addict mothers in search of identity, two men - ignorant of their linked past - in a presidential race, two youth corps members vying for a prestigious service award, two brothers caught in a family vendetta, two ladies in love with one man, and two families on the run... Escape from the South chronicles the travails of members of a Nigerian family and their metamorphosis as they journey through poverty, politics, passion and violence that nearly submerge them into the dustbin of history. Their perseverance, survival instinct and quest for justice restore family pride and even rekindle the hope of societal rediscovery.
 

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Contents

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1
II
42
III
88
IV
160
V
196
VI
215
VII
249
EPILOGUE
265
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Yemi Adebiyi attended Notre Dame Grammar School, Usi Ekiti in Nigeria. He had two diplomas: Biochemistry at Ife and Journalism in London. He also attended Alabama A&M Graduate School in USA where he studied Business Management. He worked in the production and marketing divisions of Ess-ay Holdings Limited in Lagos, moved on to similar managerial positions in other estalishments in th imaging industry. At present, he is the Kodak Brand Manager of CKC Investment Limited in Lagos. Yemi is familiar with the Nigeria terrain; her people and her politics. He is a regular contributor cum columnist to local newspapers and magazines. Escape from the South, is a historical fiction woven around real events. Yemi Adebiyi lives in Ajasa-Ipaja, a quiet, rural county near Lagos.

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