Marks of Men
by Fab Chu Eze
This is a thrilling, educative, and humorous poetic science-fiction story involving Nonso, a world-class computer programmer who, in the course of creating a holy virus, made over ten million-dollar mistakes. They kept him in a worrying world, in a state where he was always anxious and in the domain where worry and work walk hand in hand as if they were twins.
Later he met Emeka and Bianca. They offered him crystal-clear water of life, which they hoped would nudge his mind out of its rut and help him conquer his overwhelming depression and failures.
What was the faith of his unfaithful faithful computer? What helped the professional programmer most? Was it his mentor, his role model, his coach? Was Monica actually his friend or foe?
Read and find out the answers to the above questions, the best attitude to mistakes and failures, the marks of men, and much more.About the Author
Fab Chu Eze lives in Nigeria. He is married and has two children. Fab is also the author of The Way Forward and Virtues and Visions That Mere Mortals Do Not Have.(2012, paperback, 74 pages)