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Letters To Go

Oluwasegun Femi Fragile

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Letters to God is a tale of a family whose bond was strong until a stranger came to unveil a burdening secret. It is a tale of love, hate, lies, secrets and revelation; a journal of wishes and desires.

"You shall know the truth and it shall make you free."

They learnt the truth and their lives never remained the same. it became bitter, the chaotic.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .The look in John’s eyes was scary. Osato quickly dialed Tayo’s line again. “God please do not let my child die,” she muttered as she ran back to the couch where she laid him. She had called Tayo three times all unanswered. “Where the hell is he?” she wondered. She wasn’t ready for this. Osasu wasn’t in, she had gone to be with their Mum, who was in labour. She had dropped her twins – Mark and Brian at the crèche on her way out. John had fallen ill five days earlier and had been treated and declared healthy by the doctor, whatever was happening to him today was a mystery to Osato. The poor boy was having a fever, his eyeballs had rolled up to the whites, and pain was forcing tears out of his eyes. His twin meanwhile remained in the cot where they had been laid together few minutes ago before he cried out in pain. She rushed outside and shouted at the gateman, “Musa! Open that gate!” She then rushed inside to pick John. Things got worse; both boys were no. . . Read More