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The Last Good Book

Anthony Nwosu-Okorocha

Publisher: Publiseer Publishing

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The Last Good Book is a combination of tumultuous emotions and everyday nuances forged into one.

 
The various divisions in the take different jabs at societal issues needing urgent attention, from the tale of a nation about to collapse, the repercussions of indecision, unrequited love to environmental hazards.

 
The setting is an answer itself to a lot of questions. This book is a bumpy ride. Only those seeking deep reflection and a bit of thrill would survive within these pages.

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