There are two honey badger kings in the forest. One is the southern king named Kanga, and the other is the northern king named Josiah. Both of their royal lineage dates back to the crimson honey badger kingdom. Winston and Stephan lead the cloaked ones. They are seven honey badgers set on special assignment, rescues, and battles.
The archeological excavation teams are under the competent leadership of head archeologist Yabiku Kyan. The rock-wall carvings are a beginning to the new archeological research. Precious stones and gold have more meaning than just their beauty and monetary value.
The evil counsel of sixty-six and the evil trinity are intent on creating a one-forest rule. Does an animal have the right to enslave another animal? Does the animal worship another animal or the great creator?
This book is overflowing with allegorical meaning. Take your time. It would be very easy to miss what the book is saying.
The airborne screaming eagles are in a tribal alliance with the two kings.
Honey the honey badger is a pivotal tribal member of the Southern Kingdom under the rule of King Kanga.
Combat is fierce, intelligent, violent, and primal. In the forest there is life, love, death, murder, treachery, and redemption.
Enter the saga of the animals of the forest with the first page, and let it blow your mind with intrigue. The antagonists and protagonists are developed in definitive as well as subtle ways.
Welcome to the historical retelling of the animals of the forest.