Beneath the Shining Jewel

Beneath the Shining Jewel Beneath the Shining Jewel takes place in Ki Khanga s jewel city Sati Baa Mba a retired constable is called back to active duty to deal with a situation that still haunts him twenty years later Mba

  • Title: Beneath the Shining Jewel
  • Author: Balogun Ojetade Natiq Jalil Prentice Butler Milton J. Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Beneath the Shining Jewel takes place in Ki Khanga s jewel city, Sati Baa Mba, a retired constable, is called back to active duty to deal with a situation that still haunts him twenty years later Mba and a host of characters battle a scourge that once ravaged the city and may be poised to return Beneath the Shining Jewel is both familiar and unique, combining African foBeneath the Shining Jewel takes place in Ki Khanga s jewel city, Sati Baa Mba, a retired constable, is called back to active duty to deal with a situation that still haunts him twenty years later Mba and a host of characters battle a scourge that once ravaged the city and may be poised to return Beneath the Shining Jewel is both familiar and unique, combining African folklore with a good dose of horror and action adventure Sword and Soul African inspired Heroic and Epic Fantasy has been taken in a new and thrilling direction with Beneath the Shining Jewel, a tale that will have you riveted from beginning to end.

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    1. Since the resurgence of Sword and Soul in 2005 we have witnessed books that have expanded the genre in many directions. In 2005 we saw the return of Imaro from Charles R. Saunders and the completion of the brooding warrior’s epic adventure. In 2008 Charles also released Dossouye, a collection of stories about the first black woman in Sword and Soul and Sword and Sorcery. 2008 also saw the release of my first novel Meji, the first book of a two book saga that took sword and soul into the realm [...]

    2. Balogun Ojetade's most visceral work to date and one of his very best. Returning to the African-inspired world of Ki Khanga (still waiting for the tabletop game!), Ojetade offers horror after dabbling in it in short stories and the Harriet Tubman novellas. This is the story of Mba Bongo, a washed up former constable in the marvelous city of Sati-Baa who is suddenly roped into a secret assignment of utmost importance. Mba is a veteran of controlling the outbreak of Bacillus, a horrific disease th [...]

    3. Sword & soul horror from one of the hardest working writers around. Set in the world of Ki Khanga, Ojetade's story might just scare the snot out of you. If it doesn't, you'll still get caught up in the carnage and action.

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