Uchechi: The Triumph of Love

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AuthorHouse, Mar 14, 2011 - Fiction - 160 pages
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Uchechi grew up in a rural village before winning a scholarship to study at one of the major international universities. There he met Annarossa who challenged him to an academic competition. In the process of a very bitter rivalry, she fell in love with him. Annarossas family refused to accept the relationship. Someone attempted to kill Uchechi because of his affair with Annarossa. What happened next?

This book captures in high drama, conflicts created by differences in cultural backgrounds and the triumph of love, as set in a university environment. It highlights some of the difficulties, which people face in a world of increased human mobility and cultural contacts. It is an example of how people can transform their new environments, overcome challenges and use available opportunities to affect in positive ways, how their future is shaped. It is a global story that is worth telling.

Intense drama, intense passion....the audacity of love. Emmanuel Akinwumi


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Eze is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Vassar College and holds a Masters Degree from Columbia University, New York. He is an architect who has written other successful books including The Positive Dream Actualizer (1997), Yes Lord (2002), and The Leadership Stories of Mother Hen (2006).

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