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Lost Crossing BroadWay

by:
Angie Manning Edusei (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-8343-2 ©2013
Price: $12.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 168 pages
Category/Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE / General

If you must migrate, be smart about it; what you don’t’ know HURTS. Get settled right and learn to spot the liar seeking documents overseas rather than love in marriage.

Abstract:
Using relatable stories, imagery and guidelines, this book turns the search light on settlement issues faced by immigrants, some of whom leave affluent lifestyles in their homeland, for example, in Africa, the Caribbean, Northern Ireland, Asia, the Middle East or Latin America migrating to countries such as the U.S.A., Canada, the U.K. and Australia in search of opportunities. “Broad Way” which has many confusing signs, refers to the advanced country of destination and depicts the vast issues faced on relocating overseas. The term “Broad Way” is also a pun on the popular street Broadway found in most developed countries.

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Customer Reviews

  Very Practical Guide , 06/08/2013
Reviewer: Mary Bain
This is an excellent read. Too often we do not understand what people go through when they relocate to other countries. Angie Manning Edusei has captured it all in a compassionate manner and with great skill. This book is destined to do well. It is a great guide with practical guidelines for everyone. Well done!

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  Lost Crossing BroadWay , 07/31/2013
Reviewer: Monica Watson
This book is a must read by everyone whether you are migrating or not. If you are migrating, you will find practical and clear steps/ instructions on how to navigate the hurdles that you will encounter. It will also help the relatives and friends left behind, not to have unreasonable early expectations of the migrant.

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  An Excellent Read , 08/27/2013
Reviewer: Janice Wright
This is an excellent book for persons who wish to migrate, have migrated or are in the process of migrating. I found the stories very interesting, moving and thought provoking. The analogies were very appropriate and helped to bring home the ideas being presented. I found the book enlightened me to some of the issues and challenges faced by immigrants and also helped me to appreciate the experiences I have in my own country. Having read the book, I can't stop talking about it!

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