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Overview Readers quite simply have not read a story like Dear Eliza before! Author Esosa Daniel-Oniko weaves a tale that takes place in the spellbinding city of Lagos, Nigeria. A maze of events will keep you guessing at what is around every cornerso make sure you are able to find the end! Dear Eliza is that feel-good book youve been longing to read!
Publishers Description Readers quite simply have not read a story like Dear Eliza before Author Esosa Daniel-Oniko weaves a tale that takes place in the spellbinding city of Lagos, Nigeria. As the curtain is pulled back on twists of traditions and customs, it reveals a family torn apart by a series of events that include misplaced priorities, which eventually lead to a crime. Eliza is a warm, witty, and likeable twenty-something who comes from a shadowy background of a ?limited information? adoption. Despite the obstacles this presents, she lives a happy, cosmopolitan life that is nevertheless occasionally influenced by very traditional values and beliefs. Her life, in all, seems to be on an even keel, until she gets a letter ? A maze of events will keep you guessing at what is around every corner?so make sure you are able to find the end Dear Eliza is that feel-good book you?ve been longing to read
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More About Esosa Daniel-Oniko
Author Esosa Daniel-Oniko learned to read at a young age, and by the age of nine, she wrote her first poem. She was raised in a loving family who encouraged her and provided inspiration for the humor in her writing. Esosa married her best friend, Daniel, who she has professed to be ?unarguably the best man on earth.? They live in Lagos, Nigeria, a city that 20 million people call home. She is a homemaker who also finds expression in the jewelry that she makes; she is constantly in awe of and grateful to God for being able to explore her love of color and get paid for it! Esosa has no pets, but hopes to invest in a Jaguar some time in the future. She has heard it is a real beast of a drive!
Reviews - What do customers think about Dear Eliza?
Intriguing Feb 6, 2008
This book manages to deal with a number of topics especially Adoption in the Nigerian society. It weaves a tale of family life, the quest for a child, mistakes made and most importantly, forgiveness.
The book is a quick read and and it picks up pace as you go from one page to the other. Finished the book in two days and thats because I had to work!
Delightful Read!! Aug 7, 2006
Simple Narration with many interwoven stories. The author takes you on a journey of love and family and the impacts of everyday life. This is a book for all - young and old, believers and non believers. As the story unfolds you'll become engaged by this master story teller!