The XIth Hour

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Life seemed perfect for Twil Jeafi, until he suddenly woke up with a type of amnesia. Things got even weirder when he received an anonymous phone call from a lady assumed to be his sister. With some help, he tracked down the mysterious caller and he discovered the unbelievable.

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Words: 47,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311441171
About C. M. Okonkwo

C. M. Okonkwo is a Nigerian author who grew up in Lagos and moved to France to study, where she obtained a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Management, an M.Sc. in Personnel and Employment Management, and an advanced M.Sc. in International HR Management and Development. A lover of travel and tourism, her writing ideas and style are inspired by experiences gained in different countries she has lived in and visited.

CMO's best genres are mystery, suspense, thriller, detective, action and short stories.

So far CMO has self-published five novels; five novellas, and a series of short stories ranging from Thriller, to Erotica, to Literary/Realistic fiction, to Romance, to Mystery, to a general "suspense" genre.

Her short story titled "Invisible Daddy" won the Africa Book Club Short Story Competition in July 2014, and her novel "Twenty-One Days" is listed as #3 of the 50 Best Indie Books of 2015 at the Indie Author Land.

CMO's writing goal being diversity, she is still exploring other genres, including fantasy, horror, and sci-fi.

CMO is an active member of the Association of Nigerian Authors and the founder of LUCL, a company that promotes art and culture, specifically in the Literary field.

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Review by: EmekaJayo on Dec. 31, 2014 :
A really interesting read, helped me clear all my psych problems. The book could have been longer though, but I still enjoyed it.

I gave a 3.5 star rating.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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