The story of Kafue
Gears tells the story of Kafue. Do we really have to take our destiny into our hands, when this one seems to have escaped us? Are there only happy chances? How can we keep the reason when love knocks at the door of our hearts? How do we manage to lower our guard, to forget so quickly our convictions, our feline instinct and the strength that characterize us, when we fall in love?
Is Africa only that rickety child, described by many, that only the nourishing hand of Europe can cure?
All the answers to these many questions in Gears: a black novel inspired by real facts that retraces the journey of an African youth, very fascinated by the lights of Europe. In her quest for romance, Kafue, a beautiful young Beninese full of dreams and elves sees her life rocking after a meeting she believed idyllic.
About the Author
(Diane Morgyane Fadonougbo)
Morgyane Kiinzah, born on May 26, 1985 in Porto-Novo, Benin, was born in Porto-Novo in the Republic of Benin. He graduated from the University of Abomey-Calavi with a BA in literature before pursuing a postgraduate degree in Linguistics and Communication. She quickly began an artistic career in music; she released her first title in 2008, entitled “Pearl of Ebony”, a hymn to the African woman. The following year, she continued with her first album called Noudehouenou, comprising eleven musical tracks. Morgyane Kiinzah met a real success; his album is rewarded by no less than twelve national and international trophies. In 2012, his second album was born under the title of Zaakin.
She is very concerned about the future of her loved ones and her colleagues living in Africa, partly because of the tragedies linked to immigration. The author aspires to raise awareness of the risks and dangers faced by those who are enrolled in unscrupulous systems. She acknowledges her commitment by writing her first book: Gears.
An emotional shock book written like a cry of alarm, as a deep desire to protect humanity from the dreams that it is better sometimes to abort if these imply to leave there its freedom, even its life.
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