THE SOUND OF WAR by Chidera Duru

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Sound of war is a heart warming story of a group of Africans,who have suddenly turned away from the vision,with which their ancestors fought for their freedom. This digression comes to play when a new king ascends the throne of Umuisa. Metu as the young king is called,goes ahead shove culture and tradition to the wind. He refers to their culture as archaic change the system of government and this leads to a riot amongst them. Furthermore,he goes ahead to declare his intension to demolish some old sacred statues in the village square,which symbolizes their gods. Chioma an the oldest person in the land wouldn't let this happen. She gathers the villagers to tell them the actual story of how those monuments came to be. In the process of this,she also tells them of how their land Umuisa came into existence.

About Chidera Duru

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Chidera Duru was born on 19 October 1992. He is Nigerian and studies microbiology at Imo State University, Nigeria. He wrote this book on his summer holiday during his second year.
Published March 7, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 368 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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It is here where Chioma comes forward to tell the story of the tribe, the village, and the statues of the ancestors that watch over them—statues the prince wants to tear down and replace with a building for the oil executives.

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