Voice mon conte qui arrive! This is a popular phrase in French simply meaning This is my story. It is heart-warming for people to make public whatever experiences they may have had during the various stages of their lives. The songwriter says through all the changing scenes of lifein trouble and in joy sets a good tone for people to tell it as it is. Life, they say, is a journey; it has its ups and downs despite the fact that man must enjoy. Having the privilege to extensively associate myself with this write-up, I strongly believe Nana urankye has attempted to tell the world his personal experiences. Looking at it from differing perspectives, one may conclude that, but these are the usual experiences of any burger. The pas faux is that, if someone doesnt tell it, how do people learn from what is seemingly obvious, which invariably only lie at the doorsteps of those who experience it not the untraveled. Often times, it is the hunter who comes back home to tell his story to extol brave deeds within the forest and among the most feared creatures. The wise ponders as he silently listens to the brave hunter. At the end of the story, which often tails off with hefty laughter, the wise only sighs and soliloquises, Lets wait till the day that the lion also tells its story. About The Book, written by Mr. Osei Piesie-Anto, Dean, Strategic Studies African University College of Communication,No.2 Nelson Link,Adabraka,Accra,Ghana.