Philip and the Eye Glass

by Tchango Boris


Formats

Softcover
£10.95
Softcover
£10.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/11/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781665584777

About the Book

Philip recently moved with his family to LA. He is constantly bullied and considered different from the others both because he is new in town and most importantly for the color of his skin. He still has connections with his African heritage and Cameroon. Thanks to the ultra technological glasses stolen from Doctor Chang, he is able to communicate with the glasses and learn math and physics instantly, permitting him to succeed in school. The only person with whom he feels connected is Rose. So, a new and sincere romance develops throughout the book. In the end, everything works well for the two lovebirds (even the medical operation of his mom) and he can finally feel accepted by the other students and in society in general. Phillip’s story become eventually known around the world in the end. Overall, the play is well written, effective in its simple but vivid language and realistic (despite the presence of the ultra-advanced technology glasses), with an abundance of important social issues (racism, bullies, own identity and social acceptance) that are marvelously tangled together.


About the Author

I am Tchango Nchango Boris, born in west Central Africa from Cameroon, my first dream that I had in mind was to be a great lawyer defending human rights, but at the age of 15, I had to develop another idea in mind, something I wasn't tempting, which was, found myself writing stories in my notebooks without knowing where these stories came from and why, in class, the girls liked what I was doing, but the boys didn't care what I did, but that's how I discovered this in life, “If you really were placed to accomplish a mission on this earth, sooner or later you will accomplish it without straining, my parents pray so much to God asking God to show me my true profession, without knowing that it was already there, because they laughed at me to see me spend my time on the computer to write my stories without having already sold it