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About Author
Brenda Mohammed Brenda Mohammed
  • Genre: Science Fiction, Children's, Biographies & Memoirs, Christian Nonfiction
  • Country: Trinidadian
  • Books: 16
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 1 December
  • Member Since: Mar 2016
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BIOGRAPHY Brenda Mohammed is a Trinidad and Tobago-based award-winning multi -genre writer and former Bank Manager who has written fourteen books to date. She loves to travel and is a fan of photography and art. Brenda likes to interact with her readers and other authors.
She is on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. She has three blogs.
Three of Brenda's books were nominated for the Metamorph's Publishing Summer Indie Book Awards 2016.
The Books are:
My Life as a Banker: A Life worth Living- Category Bio/Memoirs
Retirement is Fun: A New Chapter - Category Bio/Memoirs
Revenge of Zeeka: Horror Trilogy - Category Young Adult Horror

I am Cancer Free: A Memoir was the Winner in the Category Non-Fiction in the McGrath House Indie Book Awards 2016.
My Life as a Banker : A Life worth Living placed second in the Category Bio/Memoirs in Metamorph's Publishing Summer Indie Book Awards.
Revenge of Zeeka:Horror Trilogy received a five-star review and five-star seal from Readers Favorite International on 14th September 2016.

Brenda willingly donates books to children's hospitals, national libraries, and school libraries.
Feel free to connect with Brenda through Facebook and Twitter.
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Resurrection : Revenge of Zeeka Book 5

by: Brenda Mohammed

Mandy’s new robot helper Eve encounters a stranger in the backyard. He claims to have connections with Zeeka. Who is this stranger? When he learns that Eve is a robot, he discloses his story to her. Eve promises him to keep his story secret but can she? ‪She records the conversation on her security device and plays it for Steven and Mandy. ‬‬ When he collapses in the backyard with an epileptic fit, Eve alerts the Gosh hospital Tests and records reveal the stranger’s identity. Police records show that he died in the Carnival massacre in 2036, but did he? Despite opposition from a senior person at the hospital, Steven launches his greatest invention of the century. Who will be the first volunteer to test it?

Category: Science Fiction
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