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July 12, 2008


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Ndim Bernard Ngouche

Bravo to all whose minds bleed with the harsh realities of our Land. Today hardship is like crops sown by farmers awaiting reaping. I feel so pleased and overwhelmed with so much joy reading through the book review. I am glad that your expressions and feelings will heal your soul and that of others longing for a sanctification that comes from enternal freedom and Liberation. Your story is vivid and strong and leaves the reader spell bound longing to caress those leaves once more. Thanks so very much and may God bless you. Keep the ink fresh and flowing.


I have not read Dipita's novel but it was a pleasant surprise to see him feature alongside greats such as Chimamanda Adichie in the new short story collection titled "One World: A global anthology of short stories". This is not just a feather in the cap of Anglophone Cameroon literature but also props to our alma mata, the university of Buea

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