A young wanderer is shipwrecked at the shores of a sterile desert, being the only human surviving the Calamity and a dog, he’s expected to stay alive to fulfil a promise made to his former late Skipper, in a desolate land void of sustenance and life, however, destiny has something else in account for the young man as he’s constantly wheeled by fortune into knotty circumstances. This book is an ingeniously structured breathtaking narrative that captures designated events and their coming together as a whole. A mixture of Poetry, Adventure, Crime, comedy, humor and Wit, Philosophy and Religion, and for readers who couldn’t ignore Pirates of the Caribbean, The Professor Langdon series, and Sherlock Holmes, this one’s for you.
Peterside felt God must have a great sense of humour when he revealed that his destiny was across great waters. If not, why would he choose to put his destiny across great waters knowing full well how fearful he was of waters having watched his childhood friend drown as a young boy. Peterside was determined to be the hero of his destiny: whether he had to swim to get there or walk until his feet blistered. Having to confront every obstacle imaginable were the best and worst times of his life. He was not one afraid of challenges. He knew he had a purpose in life, and he would give his all to attain it. He wanted to strike while the iron was still extremely hot! He had to ‘lean on his own understanding’ as a young man who had lots of years ahead of him. His time had come, and nothing was going to stop him. Come petrifying great waters, come deadly Nubian snakes, come scary Bedouin, come monstrous sandstorms, come killer pirates, even trigger-happy guards and crazy boat captains…. He was determined to get to his destiny as predicted. But one thing he forgot to take into account; Man proposes, but God disposes.
The Angel Experiment Maximum "Max" Ride (the leader), Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman, and Angel, all children respectively ranging from 6 to 14 years old. They are genetically altered beings born with wings, essentially a human-avian hybrid. This book primarily focuses on the abduction of the youngest member, Angel, and the rest of the Flock's quest to find and save the youngest member of their family, while fighting a number of obstacles including physical ailments, natural disaster, fighting Erasers (human-wolf hybrid creatures) and the evil scientists at the experimental lab called, "The School".
Sometimes in life, people can be blessed with a curse, and other people cursed with a blessing. Knowing where one belongs in this arrangement can help a person understand his purpose in the world and live accordingly. Sadly however, some people remain stuck at the center, trying to find where they belong, and while some may find it in this lifetime, others can die trying. Okorie Mba belongs to the stuck, and will not rest until he takes a side. Coming into the world with a rare medical condition known today as insomnia, Okorie began to see himself as different from most people at a tender age and sought solution into adulthood. His refusal to sleep at nights wasn't a factor of inability to sleep at those times, but because something haunted his sleep at nights, and the object of mare was a masculine figure in a masquerade costume. Unable to solve this problem, he adapts to his nature and finds himself useful at wrestling events and battlegrounds, where his weight was felt in mass. Unfortunately after losing to Ndukwe at a wrestling contest held at Elu, depression set in and further led him down the path of other psychological problems. In his bad days, the village which he had lived and fought for, surprisingly didn't seem to express a lot of concern about his welfare. Not until war came knocking and his presence at the warfront was desired again as usual. If he participates in the war and gets victory, will he be fulfilled ? What will he do about the masquerade that haunts his sleep at nights ? Find out. Man in the masquerade is an unconventional epic historical fiction which captures the living experience of a time that can date back to 700 years. Its setting is within a West African clan known as Mben, which is situated south of the present day Nigeria.
The Twin Kingdoms are at war. During a brief period of peace, a famine is sent by the gods as punishment to the mortals. Kejione, Diih of the House of Kesiri proceeds as usual to consult the oracle, but there is more afoot than even the Diih of Nané could possibly know. Kejione soon finds himself forced on a journey to discover the truth: A journey which would vastly shake the world of men and gods, the discoveries of which would ultimately lead a mortal pushed past his limits to forever change the way of things in the present age. ‹⟨†‡†⟩› Gods and Their Men is the first book of THE AGED ERA; a fantasy epic/adventure series based loosely on Igbo mythology. A tale of gods, spirits, oracles and mortals; of their lives, lies, loves and lore.
A quick and easy-to-read guide to travel from Nigeria to Singapore. Includes a sample itinerary, required forms for visa processing, and everything you need to know to make your journey and stay easy to plan and memorable.
Kidnapped for his brilliance, a 15-year-old electronics genius must fight as a drone whiz and sea-going pirate to keep his family safe. Can he escape and also free his twin sister from the clutches of a major sex-trafficker? Earlier Lemba worked as an Internet guy in the mega-city of Kinshasa, while the gifted sister aspired to be a rumba star. But murderous gun-worshippers chloroformed him and whisked him away to fight for the wrong side. Leading his captors, the thuggish Congolese Purification Army, is a seven-foot-tall whackjob--all too handy with AK-47s and oversized blades. Fact-checked and critiqued by Junior Boweya and Jean Felix Mwema Ngandu.
A goddess falls in love and gives up all to be with the man she loves. Ada lives an ordinary life, where nothing special happens to her. When she has an accident, she begins dreaming about another woman whose life differs from hers.
A curse upon the descendants of ancient chiefs brings together unlikely allies _____ When the chiefs of Usehjiki fall on hard times, they turn to backstabbing ways, betraying the one being who has protected them for centuries. 300 years later, Pastor Fegas discovers that his precious, family heirloom, is the one thing that stands between him and a long, healthy life. After his 40th birthday, Fegas thinks he has broken the curse. Unbeknownst to him, his life is about to be overrun by invasive women, entitled men and a malicious Witness who is bent on vengeance.
A young man gets drawn Into an impossible reality as he realizes that the Nigerian gods exist but are not how we perceived them to be. What will he do with this new finding?
Lone in a tiny island rested a tribe of people, the Zuracians. Home to flourishings, peace and beauty, whilst in favour of the goodness that comes with nature. The tranquility and Serenity soon vanishes as troops of soldiers storm in on the island, ridding the Zuracians off their joy and treasures.