A Corner of Time is the story of Jusu (See Gomna’s Children) and the nephew he raised as his son. The story is told by the ‘son’ at the graveside of his uncle through reflections, on their relationship up to Jusu’s demise. Through his narrative, the author explores child rearing among the Mende of Sierra Leone and chronicles school life in ’50s and ’60s Sierra Leone featuring the rivalry of three great schools: Bo School, Christ the King College (CKC), and St. Andrews, in Bo. Rich Sierra Leone history provides the backdrop to this captivating story. You will find humor, mischief, love, and forgiveness as Bandami, the grandson of Jemisi Gomna (see Gomna’s Children), tells his story.