Price of the West: Tears from the Desert Christopher Okwuchi Ihebereme

ISBN: 9781479112975

Published: November 30th 2013

Paperback

380 pages


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Price of the West: Tears from the Desert  by  Christopher Okwuchi Ihebereme

Price of the West: Tears from the Desert by Christopher Okwuchi Ihebereme
November 30th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 380 pages | ISBN: 9781479112975 | 9.43 Mb

May 15th 2000 would be twelve years since Richard and his colleagues set out on a journey to the West by land after several Visa denials. The reality of the often-painted easy and glorious illegal journey to the West began to set in when Richard,MoreMay 15th 2000 would be twelve years since Richard and his colleagues set out on a journey to the West by land after several Visa denials. The reality of the often-painted easy and glorious illegal journey to the West began to set in when Richard, forcefully separated from his colleagues, failed in many attempts to enter the Spanish island Tangier through Nouadhibou in Mauritania.

His zeal to succeed and the shame of going back to his homeland unachieved, prompted a final but disastrous move to enter Italy by travelling to Libya through the Sahara Desert. In this scintillating adventurous non-fiction thriller, Christopher Iheberemes Price of The West- Tears from the Desert tells a story about the exodus of young adults from their native lands in search of greener pastures in the West. It portrays the dangers of the ultimate goal to satisfy societal and peer pressure to excel.

Price of the West: Tears from the Desert exposes the ills of corrupt government and the pains of modern day slavery defined in human trafficking- child abduction- economic and sex slavery. As death tolls mounted, Richard and his living colleagues stranded over forty days in the desert tried to survive on the remains of their fallen members and the urine from their female counterparts.

Amidst the charred and dejected bones of his dead colleagues, lonely, scared and weakened Richard wished the world could break their silence and stop this modern day slavery and illegal exodus, the greatest human and generational failure of the 21st century. His peeled body was full of sores and extruding watery blood and pus as he led on the hot desert sand unsure of his final fate.

Did he make it alive to the West or did he suffer the gruesome fate of his fallen colleagues?



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