Its painful to lose a loved one, but keeping their memory alive is one way we can honour them . After the death of her brother, Adebisi came to understand that life is not always as it seems and that even the ones closest to us can do us harm. With only the good memories of her brother to keep her going, Adebisi must learn to cope with the realities of life. This is the story of love, betrayal and pain. And of every good memory that are not so good.
The book is the first chapter of Michael I. Ogbodos’s “And every good memory”.
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Michael lfeanyichukwu Ogbodo, is a Pharmacy student of The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN). He was born in Nkanu West LGA of Enugu State with his twin brother. He went to Ibeku high school Umuahia. Beside science he is also a great lover of arts especially fictional writings, poem and essay. His first essay tittled ‘Africa My Life’ will be published soon. AND EVERY GOOD MEMORY is his first written fiction. He still have other interesting stories.