ISBN 9789956792436
Pages 110
Dimensions 203 x 127mm
Published 2015
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

The Last Of The Virgins

by George Atanga

Evelyn Ndangeh, a pretty Cameroonian teenager brought up in a strict Christian home, vows to preserve her maidenhood until she gets married to a man she truly loves. While in Our Lady of Lourdes College Mankon, she is approached by Lesley Njapa a student of Cameroon Protestant College Bali, after a student of CCAST Bambili. Evelyn turns him down only to find later that she can't stay alone without a man who must be none other than Lesley. Evelyn begins frantic moves to entice Lesley but on meeting him it seems too late though she gets close to his heart. Tragedy strikes when Lesley is involved in a motor accident. Evelyn arrives Bamenda general hospital wailing and settles beside Lesley to console and comfort him in his agony. Anxiety builds up to a crescendo and a medical team is mobilised to save Lesley's life.

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About the Author

George Atanga

George Atanga was born in Cameroon, where he did his education, passing through CPC Bali, CCAST Bambili and the University of Yaounde. He did language studies at Stuttgart, Germany. He has worked in Cameroon and Niger, and now lives in Ottawa, Canada. George is both a literary and a musical artist. His published works include The Last of the Virgins (1985) and Germaroon (2011). He is also author of two musical albums.