The Land of HoneyrnrnA transporting tale of love, disaster, and redemption, a tumultuous journey where nothing happens quite as they expected. The Land of Honey is pure delight.rnrn--Elaine Neil Orr - Author of A Different Sun rnrnrnDissatisfied with the status quo Zimako desired something more, he is determined to find a new life for his family in Canada. Although it will break the hearts of those he would leave behind, he convinces his wife Anuli that it is the only way forward. When they arrive Canada it is not what he hopes. They are forced to forge a new life as challenges come from every direction, forcing their paths to diverge.rnrnrnTheir once loving relationship becomes part of the casualty; they must decide what will become of them? Hiding from family and friends back home, Anuli must decide if Ryan, a successful Caucasian Canadian is the one? When Zimako walks out on her, it seems as if her life is over. She picks up the pieces, but Zimako must also decide if the path of debauchery is the way to go. rnrnrnAuthor Chinenye ObiajulurnrnrnI was born in Lagos Nigeria. My father had a love for reading which he transferred to myself and 7 siblings. When I was just a child I read my first C.S Lewis book, I remember writing to Penguin books and asked for more of C.S Lewis books after I found the address of Penguin books at the back. I simply wrote to them telling them how much I enjoyed the book and wondered if they could send me some more of his books. They did!rnrnrnI loved the make believe world of books, and I spent more time buried in that world than my real world. I was guilty of not recalling what happened in school, but would recall what I read from my novels. Once I got over reading romance novels, I read everything. I am a very private person, and I love anonymity, I guess it is because I am still very sensitive to how my writing is perceived.rnrnrnI am married to my best friend and hero, and together we live in Canada.