Shafts of Arrows Pierce Wits

Author: Cash Onadele

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Page: 306

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SHAFTS OF ARROWS PIERCE WITS. Cash Onadele "Aiyeko-ooto" has mastered the art of fictional drama. It shows in the characters and tales of the Yoruba ancient cultures and traditions depicted in this trilogy. In "Blood and Arrows of Wits" part 1: he pulled on every human emotion to captivate our thoughts. This imaginative story telling left no stones unturned. Weaving the ways of mortals and the acts of gods to make magical, yet, believable! In this part 2: Shafts of Arrows Pierce Wits: again, we are translocated back to the deep jungles of forests of sub-sahara, Africa. Where the characters bring to life ordinary ways of men living centuries ago. What keeps their lives turning up as strange super ordinary events? There was hate, discord, ambition, greed and love. No more than we see in present day. However, if their powerful gods and goddesses weren't mixed in their mortal affairs, ghosts were. If you think politics and social change are modern sciences, you are in for a surprise of their practiced arts almost perfected in the struggle for reign. This combined with their sense of traditional governance and values become necessary tools to defend against attacks of foreign colonists under clouds of transforming culture. Even today, as long as there are rulers and the ruled, agitators of a few disgruntled natives have a crack to peddle the bought influence of foreign imperialists. We shall meet again in final part of this fictional drama trilogy!
Fiction

Blood and Arrows of Wits

Author: Aiye-ko ooto

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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This historical piece transcends current events. The current epic details the saga of a reigning king, who faces uprising in a time of peace. His heir apparent has health issues, with no local answers. The intruding pressures of the colonials doesn't make community matters any easier to manage. However, he had to choose to solicit their help for his sick heir, while trying hard not to cede power to them. With recurring dreams bothering him, where lays path of the future?
Fiction

Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits 1

Author: Cash Onadele

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Category: Fiction

Page: 284

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ARROWHEAD MARK SPOTS OF WITS: MAKING OF A KING. It is the end of one reign and the beginning of another. Not that easy. The Yorubas do not automatically transfer the crown from father to sons. In any case there may be more than one son. There is almost always a competition to wear the grown. The gods speak. So do the people and the king makers. We shall see here a keenly competed throne. This play is a battle of wits! I hope that I have equally responded with wits, entertainment and accented it with a nice plot. If you've read "Blood and Arrows of Wits", "Shafts of Arrows Pierce Wits", then follow me to: "Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits: Making of a King." Before we find out where it all ends, the concluding part of the trilogy (book four): "Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits: Taking on the Dragon.".

Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits 2

Author: Cash Onadele

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Page: 278

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ARROWHEAD MARK SPOTS OF WITS: TAKING ON THE DRAGON. It is one thing to prepare for war. It is a different experience to fight the war. This we shall find out in this concluding story of freedom. It might have appeared that you were reading through a plot of thrones, but this concluding part exposes the true reason we had to follow the throne. The story is not only about the game people play or their questionable attitudes or even wars fought. It might at times even appear to be about the frailties of Yoruba culture and beliefs. It could also ask, why not to trust another person? This story traces roots and generations to present the proof of failure to respect sovereignties while the invaders fight under a banner. I would like it to answers the question, "why do you need what belongs to someone else, if you don't wish somebody to take away what you have?" I hope that I have done so with wits, entertainment and accented it with a nice plot. If you've read "Blood and Arrows of Wits", "Shafts of Arrows Pierce Wits", "Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits: Making of a King" Then follow me to "Arrowheads Mark Spots of Wits: Taking on the Dragon." Find out what ends the final part of this trilogy.
Literary Collections

The Rāmāyaṇa of Vālmīki

Author: Robert P. Goldman

Publisher: Princeton University Press

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 960

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"The definitive translation of the classic Sanskrit work in a single-volume paperback edition"--
American literature

The Connecticut Wits

Author: Vernon Louis Parrington

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Category: American literature

Page: 514

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History

Outremer

Author: Richard Allibone

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Category: History

Page: 334

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