The Gulf Which Besets Us.

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This work has a lot in common with ‘the divine comedy’ originally credited to Dante. Ergo the borrowed thematic structure, to which I must admit, deviates somewhat from the aforementioned as this tale certainly assumes a howbeit more purposeful and current rendition of life after death. The protagonist is a dead Nigerian spy on the verge of returning to the life he left behind with major changes in coordinates of course. And whilst recognizing that the subject of terrorism is so trite these days, this author has all but endeavored to prove that Divinity as it is multilaterally constituted is always paying attention. Indeed it seems to be that there is a cold war between evil and good entities the world over and Youssouf ‘the sleeper’ Tanko side by side his supporting acts are only one more platoon in this great army for good. Thus their antecedents are laid bare for to be evaluated by those who are at once drawn to this story, and all geared towards... More > facilitating God’s very own endgame.< Less
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January 5, 2016
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