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Boakyewaa Glover’s Tendai is sure to leave readers spellbound. Tendai appears to the outside world to be an ordinary eighteen-year old girl. As Tendai’s nineteenth birthday approaches, however, strange things begin to happen. Her psychic abilities, always a vaguely strange presence in Tendai’s life, radically amplify, leaving the confused teenager afraid of her newfound powers. As she begins to question who she really is and where these strange—and terrifying—powers come from, Tendai soon learns the horrifying truth behind her very existence.
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Boakyewaa Glover is the author of three novels: Circles (2009), The Justice (2013), and Tendai (2013). She also maintains a blog that features her short stories, poems, articles, and movie reviews. The author’s love of writing began as early as the age of six, when she collected scraps of paper on which to write down her stories. Professionally, she is currently the regional change management manager for Newmont Ghana Gold Limited. She also serves as the group director for Minds on Fire Group, a publishing, entertainment, and creative lounge company.
Glover has previously worked as a news anchor and presenter for TV3 and Metro TV, and as an organizational psychologist and consultant for various consulting firms in New York, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. She is a graduate of the University of Ghana and earned a master's degree in psychology from New York University.