When a young man who is constantly maltreated by his guardians loses faith in Olorun the primary God of the land. He opens his soul up for possession by a fallen elder god called eshu who leads him on a path of wanton destruction through the ancient city of Ife.
This sparks off a series of unprecedented and highly dangerous events least of which include a violent race through despicable worlds battles with ancient and powerful demons centered around two objects of power which have been in existence since the creation of the world itself.
The forces of good and evil race to possess these items and the hunt for these items will determine the fate of the throne of Ife and the whole world itself
About the Author
I am Akintomide Ifedayo Adigwe, a Nigerian by birth with a flair and weakness for writing. I am thirty four years old, funny, intelligent, a bit of a recluse and I feel most comfortable when I am writing another book or reading a novel (mostly motivational titles). My greatest desire is to have my work read by billions and appreciated across the globe. My books are my message to the world and I strive as much as possible to always make my stories have a message that everyone can draw solace, encouragement and inspiration from. God is my inspiration cos without him I would not be alive. You have to be breathing to have anything of note to write about don't you? lol So thank the good Lord for his preservation. The printed copies of my books can be found on lulu. Follow the link below to check them out! http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/semanticdmax Pick a copy while you are at it! You won't be disappointed. Thank you for checking out my page. May the good Lord bless you exceedingly in Jesus name. Cheers
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An fascinating amalgam of fantasy and Yoruba traditional lore. The writer weaves a story that keeps the reader turning the pages until they realize that they have finished the book in record time. An exceptionally good read.
actually an entertaining story and relatively well written. in need of a further edit, perhaps, but the story itself reads well.