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Time Will Tell

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When I was just a little boy of seven years old, my younger sister and I were taken away from England by my dad without my mum's knowledge or consent. We lived and grew up in Nigeria, the only communication we had with mum was by letters. This is the story of the events through the eyes of that seven year old child, from the moment he realised he was in a different country ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 12th 2011 by Authorhouse (first published November 29th 2010)
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Brett Whittenberg
Sep 30, 2011 Brett Whittenberg rated it it was amazing
I just finished 'Time Will Tell' and I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is a touching memoir of Parent / Child, Family and Friendship / Relationships. It is a chronicle of the life of the author, Yemi, who, with his sister, had an unusual thing happen at a very young age. It is a story of perseverance, acceptance of unchangeable circumstances, and learning and improving from adversity and disappointment. I admire Yemi and Bisi for becoming better people as a result, and believe they will live their b ...more
Nov 07, 2011 ANJALI rated it it was amazing
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Finished this book and was really moved by the story of Yemi. It was hard to put down the book once started. The story is about a boy and his strength that made his way back to where he was earlier despite of so many problems faced by him.
David Sanford
Sep 29, 2011 David Sanford rated it it was amazing
Read the book and was really moved by the story.
An amazing boy who had the strength to find his own during such turbulent times.

Really suggest this book to all.
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Yemi Elegunde wrote his first book "Time Will Tell" from his memoirs in 2011, due to the unprecebented interest in his story, he updated the book in the new version of the same titled book published on the 2nd of January 2014.

He was born in London, England in 1966. Before he had turned 8 years old, he and his younger sister disappeared from their home in London with their dad, leaving their mum b
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