Eclipse Of The Star
Eclipse of The Star tells the story of a young, pretty and brilliant Nigerian high school girl, Suzi, and her unforgettable encounter with a smartphone. Worse still, Suzi took one major leap,,, in the dark. She dined with Steph Goda, the richest kid in the neighbourhood, without the proverbial long spoon. More
High Chief EMI GODA, the multi-billionaire business mogul tries desperately to mold his only son’s character, in his palatial mansion at 1/5, Goda Estate, Luga, Nigeria. This noble objective largely fails due to time factor. Chief was barely around the house, giving GRACE, his wife, the chance to over-pamper STEPHEN. In no time, Stephen starts manifesting the attributes of such parental discipline drought.
Attending the same school with SUZI OKE, the reigning intellectual star, Stephen’s immoral attributes permeates the environment and Suzi is caught up in the web. Like the proverbial one finger that touches oil and then stains the other fingers, Suzi soon falls prey to Stephen’s maneuvers. Thus the beginning of the end of Suzi’s reign was irrevocably established.
It is said that one man’s meat is another man’s poison. It turns out Suzi’s poison became FATIMAH RICO’s meat as she enters the scene, takes a liking to LUKMAN OSONDU and then begins to assert herself. Suzi’s decline assumes unprecedented acceleration, fast heading for a crash. The inevitable crash hit Suzi and the outcome was catastrophic. Suzi had to make the most important choice of her life just yet and fails to consummate her academic race. The season of crashes also engulfs Stephen Goda when he took his waywardness too far, making Luga Prisons his final destination.
Meanwhile, Lukman’s academics soared, leaving many surprised at his sudden rise to the top of his class at Dolo High School. By the tiniest of chances though, Suzi gets a second chance to redeem her academic self, courtesy of LARA’s magnanimity. This redemption, which comes at a huge cost seem to lose its lustre when Suzi’s mistakes finally confronts her, triggering enormous inferiority complex, guilt and remorse and eventually brings out tears from Suzi’s eyes.
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