London (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
“Dead End Poverty” takes the reader back to 1973 in the tiny village of Simbaru in eastern Sierra Leone. Yandi and Mila are not content with village life because of the extreme poverty they face. They take their fate into their own hands and escape the village to try their luck in the rich diamond fields of Kono. Yandi and Mila test their fate in hopes to realize their dreams, but the new life they encounter and embrace in Kono may not be what they fully expected.
“I want my readers to take pleasure, courage and hope from my work,” says Charley. “I want them to know that life can change for anyone but they have to make that choice for them self and once that choice is taken, it is dependent on them to make the most of it.”
“Dead End Poverty”
By Roland Charley
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781491884669
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 362 pages | ISBN 9781491884676
E-Book | 362 pages | ISBN 9781491884683
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Roland Charley was born in 1964 in Bonthe Island, Sierra Leone. Despite the fact that his parents were not well educated, they knew the value of education and worked very hard to send him and his five siblings to school. Charley studied up to the tertiary level, and became a schoolteacher who worked with the Roman Catholic mission for several years. Roland acquired a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative writing and English in 2006.
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