Son of My Father
The book resounded the need for men to understand that being a father is much more than dropping sperm in a fertile woman. It is...
Author : African, Nigerian, Tosin Olukuada
The book resounded the need for men to understand that being a father is much more than dropping sperm in a fertile woman. It is a responsibility, a call to duty, an event that awakens your humanity and above all, a call for balance.
Looking at this book at face value, you will see a man overly in love with his father while trying to make his father smile by trying to write that book his father did not get to write. He mentioned that his father said something which hinted like a form of regret about his life, being that his eyes defect which had gone beyond medical restoration had hindered him from writing some books so he would at least share some of his experience, faith and walk with God such that many lives would have benefited from the grace in his life.