The Power Chase: A novel by Paul Batshedi More

The Power Chase
The Power Chase

The Power Chase is a work of fiction. I must confess I have not read novels in a long while.

Lately, the little time that I get, I would rather use it to read an autobiography. Fiction is a genre that I am very fond of though, because of its entertainment value but also the escapism that it provides to the reader, especially during such challenging times as the current one that is characterised by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which dominated our lives over the last 12 months.

The Power Chase is the type of book that once you start reading, you don’t want to put down. What makes The Power Chase riveting, besides the twists and turns of the storyline, is the writer’s flair and the richness of the diction. The eloquent and elegant narration of this fast-developing story of a 30-something-year-old “young upward mobile urban professional” (yuppy), Sean White is what makes The Power Chase a captivating read. The storyline, which could easily have covered Sean’s lifetime, captures just under five years of his career as an executive in the cutthroat dog-eat-dog corporate environment in the commercial capital of the world, London.

Editor's Comment
Something ought to be done about deadly A3 Road

The accident which happened near Marapong village comes after yet another horrific accident which claimed 16 lives in July last year near Hubona. These stats don’t include other accidents where fatalities were not as many as the two.While several factors may have contributed to the two accidents and many others, many believe the biggest with that road is the bad state that the road is in. Unconfirmed reports in the most recent accident state...

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