What is the ultimate value of identity, when one has to choose whether to live or die? What if it really is true that life is more important than food and the body more important than clothing? Can hope be generated in a desert devoid of the conditions necessary to nourish the soul?
The human spirit has a remarkable will to survive, even triumph when dealt the worst hand. This is especially true in the lives of Nameless, Vagabond and Anonymous, a trio of young men brought and bound together for life. Find out how the three excel against many odds in this riveting tale of survival.
Gideon Nyakiongora currently works as a tax consultant in his own ﬁrm, having retired from Kenya Revenue Authority where, he Worked as a tax assessor for 33 years. This is his third novel having published Set the Last Captives Free and The Tale of Innocent Imani, both with Gideon Wisdom Publishers.
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