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GODDESSES OF THE TROPICS is a novel that reflects possible human instinctive gestures with associative emotions. The book awakens our subconscious in a push-and-pull fashion, affecting our emotions in a soft and spontaneous manner. The story is of an ending crowned with mans greatest fear.

Why we are engaged by it, GODDESSES OF THE TROPICS warns about the fact that our griefs could be caused by powers cannot grab, but could only imagine, yet they are concrete, just like the rocks.

When we know the cause of sickness, our ailment is identified and the cure acquires a sound definition. We dream of happiness, but contentedness is real.

Superstition is one of the standing values of African society. The author tells of two maidens in a way that reflect his contact with his society. The uniqueness of this book is purely based on the fact that caution has been exercised to explore those subjects. We often fear man perhaps we have felt we have no reasons to, or our attention was rather distracted by things more important, or things more frivolous. The story is of a difficult path to the seas inhabited by healthy fishes.

About the Author

Born on October 3, 1982, Chimezie Raphael Nmezi hails from Umuhu 1, Atta in Ikeduru, Local Government Area of Imo State of the Eastern Nigeria. He was one of the fortunate black African lads who, after nursing fears of being taken down to the classrooms to be bullied by classroom masters, miraculously allowed his mind to be led along only to discover there was more to formal education than just sit and watch a man speak.

Nmezi had his formal education in a kindergarten and primary school belonging to Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, and Emmanuel College, all in Owerri. He is currently studying Engineering at Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture Umudik , Umuahia in Abia State.

Nmezi is a man of letters who enjoys exploring other alphabetical worlds, either for pleasure or for knowledge. He also enjoys classic Greek and Roman narrations and would not mind venturing into innermost parts of your very own inclinations for a broader horizon. He plays chess and finds African dishes appetizing.

(2014, Paperback, 94 pages)