Village Boy

Genre: Fiction

Synopsis

Thrilling, funny, irresistible and full of suspense, Village Boy is not just a real life saga of a poverty-stricken boy who overcame incredible obstacles and prevailed against all odds. It is the inimitable and absorbing adventure into village life in southern Nigeria, especially AkwaCross States. For adults, it is a nostalgia to relish. For the younger generation, this is not just a breezy window to the 60s and 70s, but the veritable binoculars to trace the footsteps of their parents and grandparents, in the proverbial good old days. And for teachers and students in secondary and tertiary institutions, this is a study in creative writing.

Unputdownable.

About the Author

Anietie Usen is a multiple award-winning journalist and technocrat. He was a pioneer reporter for Newswatch Magazine, and has worked in various reportorial, analytical and editorial positions in other news outlets. Currently, he is the Head of Corporate Communications at the Niger Delta Development Commission, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. He also Director, Commercial and Industrial Development in the Agency.