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Shadows Of Death

eBook (PDF), 255 Pages
(1 Ratings)
Price: $3.75
In Africa, there is a popular myth about child-like demons that visit the earth in form of sweet and very lovely children only to die at a crucial point in their lives having caused pain and suffering in the family they are born. These demons are known to many as ‘The Ogbanje’. When Leke Omotade dies mysteriously one morning, his aunty consults Pastor Peter Opede a demon hunter who is convinced Leke was Ogbanje. Peter is not wrong, unfortunately, Peter is never wrong. An Ogbanje himself in a previous life, Peter Opede becomes the biggest threat to these demons existence and they must stop him even if it means borrowing human bodies and killing. Shadows Of Death is a supernatural thriller that blends a gripping story with mystery, murder and a good dose of romance.
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  • By Tutu Abubakar
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Shadows Of Death- A Review" Shadows of Death is a rich thriller. It's not bulky so it's quite a fast read, it grips you so bad you just can't put it down until you are done reading it. This is a must read, a Nigerian folk story the world must read!
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Product Details

Publisher
Victoria Publishing
Published
October 2, 2011
Language
English
Pages
255
File Format
PDF
File Size
819.9 KB

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