Not Born to Live: Return of the Godly Stranger
Eleven years later, the two stunning lookalikes create a stir when they meet again at the matriculation ceremony of their sons, who providence pitches together as roommates at Mount Zion University. They introduce themselves and render their separate accounts of the events that first brought them together. Curious admirers ask if they are twins. But they can’t answer because they don’t know. All they do is stare at each other incredulously each time someone poses the question.
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They wonder who they are and why their paths keep crossing. Unknown to them, they were not born to live. But the Godly Stranger holds the key to their past. It is a stirring story of prostitution and foster parenting, and a strong advocacy for child rights.
About the author.
Chris Ekpekurede is Civil engineer (retired as Head of Corporate Civil Engineering at Shell).
Author of 6 non-fictional and 2 fictional works
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