There are many works by writers of mind-boggling intellectual ingenuity. But Nana Awere Damoah is a different breed of writer: he is not only a mind-boggler but also a literary nurse of the convalescent mind. He is an author of boundless creativity, whose wit acts as a brush that paints a beautiful picture of an analytic world that unites fiction and reality. And if there is a simple, objective term to describe him, he is simply an intellectual rebel who invests a new world of endless creativity. Nana succeeds in taking his reader to a higher level of abstraction about life without the usual uneasy sense of guilt that comes with rebelling against established norms. He bears the incisive penetration of a master surgeon.
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