The book, “EXPECTED END”, is a heart-felt memoir written by Peace Osaruchi Aaron. The author painstakingly takes us through her life journey, from the less glamorous part to the admirable life she now has and leads.
In a conversational style and with easy to grasp words, the author presents a first-hand view into her life, sharing the ugly, bad and beautiful events that shaped her into the virtuous woman she now is.
You will thank her for writing this. DR. ANITA CHIOMA EJIOFOR, Medical Doctor, Freelance Editor, IELTS Coach, Blogger
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The book is a reminder that, not placing into consideration where our journeys in life begin, we can always end well. The first of many more expected books. The author has done a good job. It takes courage to write a book and discipline to actually finish it. I look forward to more masterpieces from her in the future. DR. (MRS). IHUNDA CHIZI-ORUSA, Medical Doctor, Poet.
If I have to describe the Author’s personality, I will state that she is very ambitious, hardworking and an inspiration. The message she disseminates in this book is clear and relatable. The book is a guide for hope and a motivation for a better future. I enjoyed reading this book. It is a must read. DR. (MRS). ELIZABETH ACHINEWHU-NWORGU, PhD, Senior Lecturer at Ulster University, United Kingdom, former TV Presenter and author of Determined to Succeed
The moral decay in our society calls for a reassessment of our values as individuals and families. It is for this reason that Expected End comes highly recommended. In addition to being an inspirational and instructive piece on courage, resilience and benefits of unwavering faith in God, it brings to the fore topical issues that transcend age, class or gender. I unreservedly endorse it. DR. (MRS). MERCY OKE-CHINDA, PhD, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria and a Researcher at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom
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