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Number 19 - Sample Chapter

number 19 - sample chapter

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Job is also on a mission to win Rita's, a fellow executive's love. His life is further complicated by his involvement with his neighbour who, unknowingly to him, is a terrorist preparing for another kind of mission. In the events that follow, he learns some of life's vital lessons from the unlikeliest of sources. Number 19 is an attempt to portray Christian characters in their natural state: complete with all their flaws, challenges, failures and wins. However, it is a lot more. It easily courts controversies, but doesn't pretend to have all the answers. The story has been narrated in a form everyone can relate with and enjoy irrespective of their religious dispositions....

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Number 19

number 19

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Job is also on a mission to win Rita's, a fellow executive's, love. His life is further complicated by his involvement with his neighbour who, unknowingly to him, is a terrorist preparing for another kind of mission. In the events that follow, he learns some of life's vital lessons from the unlikeliest of sources. Number 19 is an attempt to portray Christian characters in their natural state: complete with all their flaws, challenges, failures, and wins. However, it is a lot more. It easily courts controversies, but doesn't pretend to have all the answers. The story has been narrated in a form everyone can relate with and enjoy irrespective of their religious dispositions....

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National Salt Day

national salt day

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The Ebola scare of 2014 may have come and gone, but the memories remain fresh, especially for those who had a close encounter. Not with the virus of course, but with the rumours surrounding it's spread. National Salt Day captures how ignorance, rumours and scaremongering claimed more lives than ebola virus. ...

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National Salt Day

national salt day

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The Ebola scare of 2014 may have come and gone, but the memories remain fresh, especially for those who had a close encounter. Not with the virus of course, but with the rumours surrounding it's spread. National Salt Day captures how ignorance, rumours and scaremongering claimed more lives than ebola virus. ...

Available to read on app and web