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The theme of adventure, real life experience of deprivation, excruciating pains, sorrow and sometimes even death which characterizes adventure as well as success which finally comes out of it. A story of a typical west African economic hardship, which drives it's young men to embark on a journey to the unknown through the Sahara in search of greener pastures with it's concomitant dangers. Experiences in this book are touchy and very emotional. Whenever such experience are narrated to people, greater interest is aroused, therefore the strong desire to publish it. Young cee Joe after so many years of hustle during his secondary education became fed up. Frustrated by economic hardship at home because of his poor family back ground, he decided to continue his education in Europe. Since there wasn't enough money for his direct flight to Europe, he decided to embark on a journey to Libya on the desert with the hope of making enough money to Europe. On the desert, he met a lot of HIS West African brothers who were also frustrated by the economic hardship at home and had also decided to embark on this dangerous journey damn the consequences. On the Sahara, young Cee Joe encountered problems before finally making it to Libya. Visionary as he is, he was not deterred by the numerous problems he went through in Libya and Algeria. The sky was his limit. He was more determined to break the poverty cycle in his family. Was he successful? Is it good to be an illegal immigrant? For the rest of the story, read the Saharan Train and be exposed to the real life experience of the author.
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