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When Uzoma left her home in Nigeria to study in Sweden, she wasn't prepared for just how lonely she would be. Over the course of her studies, the racial biases and casual discrimination she is faced with became a steady occurrence.
Stefan, a pampered and privileged Swede, is perplexed by Uzoma after a disastrous misunderstanding happens between them. While Stefan attempts to understand her, Uzoma challenges his every preconceived notion of unconscious biases and his own privilege.
As the bond between the two of them develops, Uzoma is tested at every turn as forces beyond her control seem to be pulling them apart. With all the odds working against her, Uzoma fights to hold onto the life she's built for herself, all the while a looming crisis threatens to draw her back to Nigeria prematurely.
ISBN : 978-1-80074-385-4
Pages : 144
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Ogonna Juliet Nnamani (nee Okpalaugo) is a Nigerian-Swede currently residing in Sweden. She is a wife and a mother of three who enjoys reading and writing. Her deepest emotions are expressed in poems and stories. She is discovering the dynamics of humans and the beauty of life as she relates with people from different walks of life. She is also a crypto enthusiast and a member of the Crypto Elites Club.