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Sadatina, an Adamu girl on the brink of becoming a woman has lived a peaceful life with her family in Adamusola, the land beyond the Old Men Mountains. But tragic events change her life forever, revealing a hidden past that leads her into the midst of a war between her people and those that would see them destroyed, the Mosele. Armed with a spiritual weapon and her feline 'sisters,' Sadatina becomes a Shosa, a warrior trained to fight the terrible nyokas, demon-like creatures that aid the Mosele in their war against her people. Woman of the Woods by Milton Davis is an action filled, emotionally charged adventure that expands the scope of the world of Uhuru and introduces another unforgettable character to the fabled continent's heroic legends.
Twins born to a society that believes such a birth is a dangerous omen, Ndoro and Obaseki are separated at birth to live different lives. One becomes a great warrior who is ostracized because of his birth, the other a pampered prince whose strange way result in banishment. Meji is an epic fantasy story like no other, a tale steeped in African culture and traditions told by unforgettable characters. Meji: Special Edition presents this amazing epic sword and soul fantasy in its original format. Experience Urhuru as it was meant to be, a single exciting tome of African-based fantasy.
When the Bindamu invaded her homeland, First Hunter Nandi of the Chuiku (Leopard Clan) was chosen by her people and her Priestess to lead the fight against them. But does she possess the skills and strength to unite the rival nKu against the powerful empire?
Raised in the streets of Sati-Baa, Omari Ket is a man that gets by on his wits and skills . . . and the attentions of a god. Eda Blessed shares the tales of the man and the mercenary as he roams the roads of Ki Khanga bouncing from one adventure to another surviving with his skills, wits, and Eda's blessings. Eda Blessed contains seven stories that chronicles Omari's life, in addition to illustrations by some of today's best fantasy artists. It's a must read for fans of Ki Khanga and a great edition to your sword and sorcery and sword and soul library
Omolewa lived a peaceful life in the Kiswala city of Nacala with her adopted family, giving little thought of her origins or the family she never knew. But one day a mysterious ship from Zimbabwa arrived in harbor and changed her life forever. Omolewa discovered not only that she was the long lost daughter of the rulers of Zimbabwa, she also discovered that she possessed powers that could change the fortunes of her family and the destiny of Ki Khanga. The Bene's Daughter is an exciting tale of action, discovery and revelation that will keep you riveted from beginning to end.