ISBN 9789956727407
Pages 298
Dimensions 229 x 152 mm
Published 2012
Publisher Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon
Format Paperback

The Trials of an Half Orphan

by Taniform Martin Wanki

Death strikes and claims the mother of Martin Smith when he is still in primary five, leaving him and his siblings at the mercy of a volcanic tempered and cruel father. No longer prepared to accept any beatings from his father, he runs away from home and takes up residence in a deserted house in a neighbouring village with little to live on. His fate appears sealed. Just when all hope seems lost, appears Mr Finley Banks - a Peace Corp Volunteer and teacher. Martin Smith is pleased to be treated like a son once more, only for Mr Finley Banks to come to the end of his stay in the country five years later. How will things turn out with him gone? Set in Cameroon and Italy, this is a story of opportunities and opportunism. It is the story of the trials, thrills and tribulations of a young African half orphan boy determined to make it in life.

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About the Author

Taniform Martin Wanki

Taniform Martin Wanki was born in Santa, North West Region of Cameroon. He holds a BA in English and a Higher Professional Teachers’ Diploma (DIPES 1) in English Modern Letters from the University of Yaounde 1. He currently teaches English and Literature in English at Government Bilingual High School, Bamenda. He is actively involved in promoting Human Rights and Social Justice in Cameroon.

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