The Come Back


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The Come Back is a novel written in an African setting. The book attempts to answer a grave question posed to the author by a former pupil of his who was at the time in her second year in the high school. “Sir,” asked the pupil, “why do people get spoiled when they get to the secondary school?”

Bernard, the protagonist, started well in a quiet, loving and godly home but something happened when he got to high school. What happened? What is wrong with our colleges and college students? How do we explain the peer pressure, rebellion, violence and moral decadence that have engulfed our youth and is collapsing the decent values of our society?

The author seeks to provide the answers as he brings out the issues, the causes and appropriate answers woven into this story in a thrilling, captivating and humorous style.

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Weight 0.250 kg


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Yaw Affoh

Yaw Apraku Affoh was born in Accra, Ghana. He was trained at the Telecommunication Engineering School in Accra and worked with the then P&T Corporation of Ghana. He also taught in various junior schools in Accra till 1989 when he joined Step Publishers.

He later set up a Graphics and Publishing outfit which operated till 2003. He worked with a leading publishing company in Ghana as Editorial Supervisor and also with a tertiary institution as publicity and publications co-ordinator from where he decided to go into full time Christian ministry.

He has published a number of short stories and articles in some Ghanaian dailies and weekly newspapers as well as in Step Magazine.

Yaw is an ordained Baptist minister of the Ghana Baptist Convention who pastors with the Calvary Baptist Church in Accra, Ghana and is married to Yaa Oye. They have two children.

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