Two mothers and close friends are torn apart because one betrays, humiliates and consistently copies the other. The act of copying reaches fever-pitch when the same friend’s 7-year old daughter starts consistently copying the victim’s 9-year-old daughter as well. Authentic tricks, vicious maneuvers of friendship, and extreme jealousy can push a woman to extreme shame and cause a parent to give up her values for shortcuts that left her close friend, her child and her family dumbfounded, shattered but realistically shocked. With its story drawn from two Cameroonian families based in Johannesburg, this self-help book portrays that extreme imitation is not flattery and repeat duplication is sinister. It also showcases a new form of abuse and how to cope with it. Read it and be warned.