i'll take you there
By Taiwo Iredele Odubiyi

About this book

About the book Tundun was good and godly, and grew up with a silver spoon in her mouth. Tunde was also good and godly, but grew up playing with dirty tyres and tubes because his father was an auto mechanic. When he began to fall in love with her, he was certain he was in trouble. Even though he was now a graduate, he didn't think the relationship could work, and he confessed to one of his friends that he and Tundun were like oil and water – their backgrounds were very different. However, his friend thought that they were more like kerosene and matches. There was a definite spark between them. “Well, there’s another saying about playing with fire.” Tunde responded. It couldn't work, he was sure. How could he be her kind of man? ********** In this interesting and inspiring novel, I’ll Take You There, you will learn how to succeed in life, the factors to consider in choosing who to marry, and how not to put your faith in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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