Daughters of Zion

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Author House, Dec 2, 2011 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Norah, Susan and Lucinda,three sisters, three different stories with a common dream : Finding Zion- The Promised Land. A land of freedom and peace. A Land flowing milk and honey. Nadi , the beautiful, seductive and highly desirable 'price' was Norah's daughter. She was also looking for the elusive Zion; her Lover, her Redeemer and Soulmate...... But Nadi had a dark secret that might come out later to haunt her. Will she ever be free? Will she ever find her Zion? This is an epic story set during the peak of the civil war in South Sudan. It exposes the extent of bondage, deception, betrayal and finally- "Redemption" but at what cost!
 

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Contents

One
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Two
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Three
22
Four
30
Five
36
Six
45
Seven
53
Eight
64
Seventeen
129
Eighteen
136
Nineteen
142
Twenty
148
Twenty One
156
Twenty Two
166
Twenty Three
180
Twenty Four
193

Nine
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Ten
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Eleven
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Twelve
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Thirteen
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Fourteen
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Fifteen
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Sixteen
124
Twenty Five
198
Twenty Six
207
Twenty Seven
213
Twenty Eight
227
Twenty Nine
237
Acknowledgements
243
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Alma Zeno Riko Ettore was born just after the Independence of Sudan from the British Colonial rule. Originally from Sorsu Yubu, West Equatoria State, Republic of South Sudan. She graduated from Cairo University(Egypt), School of Physical Therapy. In 1992 and at the height of the second civil war (1983-2005) in South Sudan, she was granted asylum with her family to live in the United Kingdom. She is currently working as a Physiotherapist in the UK. Her husband, Martin Druku Ettore is originally from Pageri, East Equatoria State, Republic of South Sudan.

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