Book: Road of Agony by Joel Savagecategories: Book, Spetacular, Adventurous, Thrilling, Suspence, Sad, Encouraging, Interesting, Shocking, Humanitarian, Novelistic, Emotions, Survival, Father
Joel Savageabout this book: ROAD OF AGONY (The continuation of The Writer Died)
In the last week of January 1976, my father died mysteriously, leaving behind his wife and eight children. I was just nineteen but matured enough to realise that I had a big responsibility lying on my shoulders, as the eldest son of my parents. Shortly after completing my secondary school, the desire to continue my education wasn't there any longer. Instead, I chose to travel and work, hoping that could help the welfare of my family. I travelled extensively, experiencing bullies, corruption, beatings, and lockup.
In West Africa, I covered Republic of Togo, Republic of Benin, Nigeria, Republic of Guinea, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leone. Some of these countries I visited had its own story and experience. My story is just not a story about me, but also about the bad attitude, vicious character, mercilessness, and wickedness of other people I encountered on the road of agony. I count myself to be one of the luckiest person living in this world today, fortunate enough to unfold this true story.
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