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My Soul, My soul: The hidden truth By MARVIN MAHA
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A great insight to the God kind of life(Zoé). Revealing God's purpose for us- the truth to our spiritual inheritance and salvation. YOU CAN BE SAVED.
DRIMWEAVER: A Mother's Valon By MARVIN MAHA
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They're something from the dawn of time, they're a part of us, part of our world. Yet we know nothing about them. So we pretend to know what they look like. We see them as happy, we imagine they have... More > tiny little wings that are bathed in moonlight. Maybe our flawed nature makes us only half see, like half glimpse, like something out of the corner of our eyes. With a touch of myth, a touch of the spirit world, a touch of reality spinning backwards and frowards in time...< Less
THE BLACK MASQUERADE By MARVIN MAHA
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Catherine is in love. She joins Emeka for a visit to see her future in-laws in Udeme. But here in Udeme, to fall in love with Emeka means to be accepted into the only fraternity that he knew. Far... More > from home and blinded by love, she agrees to the new name given to her by the gods and becomes Nnenna, because the gods saw nothing wrong with her color. But those who ate with the gods called it Arú- a taboo. Uchenna, the king could no longer watch his daughter's tears fall to the ground, not especially over Emeka who is in love with the New Yorker. There is a curse - the hunger for a dark ancient power, there is a beast and there is the scourge of an old African tradition.< Less
THE BLACK MASQUERADE By MARVIN MAHA
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Catherine is in love. She joins Emeka for a visit to see her future in-laws in Udeme. But here in Udeme, to fall in love with Emeka means to be accepted into the only fraternity that he knew. Far... More > from home and blinded by love, she agrees to the new name given to her by the gods and becomes Nnenna, because the gods saw nothing wrong with her color. But those who ate with the gods called it Arú- a taboo. Uchenna, the king could no longer watch his daughter's tears fall to the ground, not especially over Emeka who is in love with the New Yorker. There is a curse - the hunger for a dark ancient power, there is a beast and there is the scourge of an old African tradition.< Less