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Captured Within

By Kemka Ezinwo
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  • Publisher : Kemka Ezinwo
  • Isbn : 978967905X
  • Pages : 330
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  • Reads : 230
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Matthew's escape results in the loss of his memory and his face. A Priest adopts him. The Priest is haunted by his past and decides to go to where his problem began. Meanwhile, Matty, Matthew's mother, a widow who had just lost her only child, is haunted by her late husband's cousin. As part of her self-discovery, she returns to the beginning. William Bernard knows nothing of his past, but he is determined to live life to the fullest. He falls in love with Annette who unwittingly breaks his heart. This heartbreak guides his decision to join the priesthood. Annette returns home for a wedding a few weeks to William Bernard's ordination. He now questions his decision and has to lean on his friends for help. But who is his friend really?

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