J. J. Nota, is a Mozambican young writer fascinated about Science,
Theology and how it all entangles in being human. He is a 21-year-old
University Student, doing English Teaching at Universidade Eduardo
Mondlane. Although Portuguese is his mother tongue and English is taught
in Mozambique as a foreign language, he has always been exposed to
English Language content mainly through Sci-fi books, rarely
written by Portuguese-speaking African writers. Twisted Destination is his
first ever published book. It’s a cry of resistance against those who say
Africans should only write about their tradition and cultural habits. It’s a
proof that Africans can and will excel in non-traditional genres (African
context). He intends to prove that the new generations want to take things on
their own hands. Writing in English seemed to be the best way to
put his word out. He is currently working on this book’s sequel whilst trying
to improve his writing craft.
When in his death bed, a Catholic Cardinal gives away his key to the "Holy Grail" of underground secrets capable of changing the very essence of "Common Sense", a Triumvirate comprised by a boy prodigy, a financial God and a nun finds itself in the midst of a dangerous war of secret societies that run the world from the shadows. Their actions could save the world, or bring permanent chaos.