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10 Books to Read in November

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  • Christian

    The Process: Journey of Becoming

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    “Failure is a natural checkpoint on your journey.”

    Leaning heavily on the Bible and using its stories to address real-life situations, this book is packed with the divine plan and purpose of God for us.

  • Christian

    The Process: Journey of Becoming.

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    “Failure is a natural checkpoint on your journey.”

    Leaning heavily on the Bible and using its stories to address real-life situations, this book is packed with the divine plan and purpose of God for us.

  • African American

    Hero of the Struggle

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    The ruling Kritarchy of Judges has jailed Jacob Zuma without trial. This has resulted in a massacre more deadly than Marikana. Only Judge Piet Koen can now stay the blood tears of Themis, the Greek Goddess of justice. Can Will Powers succeed against the twisted South African press and newspaper and his own bribe-grubbing father to advocate fr justice?

  • African American

    Hero of the Struggle ebook

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    The ruling Kritarchy of Judges has jailed Jacob Zuma without trial. This has resulted in a massacre more deadly than Marikana. Only Judge Piet Koen can now stay the blood tears of Themis, the Greek Goddess of justice. Can Will Powers succeed against the twisted South African press and newspaper and his own bribe-grubbing father to advocate fr justice?

  • Fiction

    The Round Leather

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    The Round Leather broadly discussed so many topics like football techniques, politics and philanthropy. Rape, domestic abuse, alcoholism, death, violence, and betrayal.

  • Fiction

    The Round Leather eBook

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    The Round Leather broadly discussed so many topics like football techniques, politics and philanthropy. Rape, domestic abuse, alcoholism, death, violence, and betrayal.

  • Behind The Moon
    African Book

    Behind The Moon

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    Left to fend for herself from a tender age, Tara moved to Park Street, a dirty-dark secret town where she met Ahmed, a misogynistic playboy with a doleful past.
    With time, they develop a trusting relationship which, in turn, builds Tara’s confidence.
    Behind The Moon is a slice of a bittersweet tale of survival, loss, love and moving on.

  • Behind The Moon
    African Book

    Behind The Moon

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    Left to fend for herself from a tender age, Tara moved to Park Street, a dirty-dark secret town where she met Ahmed, a misogynistic playboy with a doleful past.
    With time, they develop a trusting relationship which, in turn, builds Tara’s confidence.
    Behind The Moon is a slice of bittersweet tale of survival, loss, love and moving on.

  • African American

    UnDeserved-ebook

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    What better motivator than jealousy?

    Emeka and Ikechukwu: Inseparable friends
    Life goal: Get dream jobs and be rich.
    Ikechukwu’s motive: ability take to care of his widowed mother and his two siblings.
    Emeka’s motive: To be the god of his clan
    Means to achieve their dreams (Emeka and Ikechukwu): Nestle Company.

    Envy, competition, backbiting, and hatred take center stage as both friends struggle through life, on the journey of finding themselves and attaining the best heights they could.

  • African American

    UnDeserved-paperback

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    What better motivator than jealousy?

    Emeka and Ikechukwu: Inseparable friends
    Life goal: Get dream jobs and be rich.
    Ikechukwu’s motive: ability take to care of his widowed mother and his two siblings.
    Emeka’s motive: To be the god of his clan
    Means to achieve their dreams (Emeka and Ikechukwu): Nestle Company.

    Envy, competition, backbiting, and hatred take center stage as both friends struggle through life, on the journey of finding themselves and attaining the best heights they could.

  • The Lost Song of Miriam
    African American

    The Lost Song of Miriam Landry

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    The family Miriam Landry stayed with thought she hid a deep secret. After twenty-five years Miriam felt it was time to reveal her secret to her friend who would soon go into exile, where her secret would be safe. After hearing the secret her friend realized why she refused telling anyone. It was a secret that became an epic tale of survival and one that changed Blues history forever.

  • The Lost Song of Miriam
    African American

    The Lost Song of Miriam Landry

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    The family Miriam Landry stayed with thought she hid a deep secret. After twenty-five years Miriam felt it was time to reveal her secret to her friend who would soon go into exile, where her secret would be safe. After hearing the secret her friend realized why she refused telling anyone. It was a secret that became an epic tale of survival and one that changed Blues history forever.