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Wars and other violent conflicts destroy lives immensely. Mary and Daniel, two adolescents from a third-world country, migrated to an industrialised nation. They were horrified by how criminal syndicates in many countries exploited new immigrants. The sorrows of these two people and their friends convey, undoubtedly, the message that economic and political refugees are abused by human traffickers and are also prey of international crime syndicates. The author vividly describes the unfortunate, harsh conditions many immigrants have to grapple with. He does a good job detailing the nefarious activities of drug syndicates with international connections and the difficulty of dealing with hostility and exploitation borne out of one's illegal immigrant status. Is this the prize for escaping war and poverty in search of a decent and peaceful life? The blood that boils, spills over. Where does war end and peace begin? What of the ordinary, innocent lives ruined by political upheaval? The book is a classic mixed bag of optimism, despondency, admonishment, and suspense that is succinctly presented to keep the reader glued until the last word. It details the lives, experiences, and observations of these two youths in a thrilling fashion.

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John Tetteh Dziworshie was born in 1973 and is a doctor of veterinary medicine. Since he was young, émigrés have always fascinated him. This prompted him, once an immigrant himself in a developed world, to do first-hand enquiries on the subject. He has been working on this book for many years, in an attempt to capture many different angles of life abroad. He is a prolific writer whose fictional prowess is stimulated by his wide personal experience and exposure. The novel is based on true stories of many immigrants and their dilemmas in the industrialised world.

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