Nali

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 7, 2011 - Fiction - 190 pages
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NALI By Esther Henry In an era of darkness, mystery, tropical jungles and cannibalism, Nali tries to buck the ancient traditions, only to find herself deeply entrenched in them. As a young girl full of dreams, she is given to a tribal elder in marriage and quickly learns that her girlhood dreams could be shattered overnight. The rain forest held a secret refuge that only Nali knew, where she took her dreams and her delusions. Will she be forced to succumb to a subservient role the rest of her life, or can she overcome the hopelessness that comes with isolation, ignorance and tradition? Deep in the heart of New Guinea lies the village of Mendoka, beautifully camouflaged from the rest of the world. Although the village has yet to be discovered, the outside world would soon have an influence on their lives. An interruption to their peaceful simplicity would both terrify them and cause them to search for answers. Readers will be able to follow the lives of those who lived in a much simpler time and become immersed in the culture that controlled their everyday existence.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
15
Chapter 3
23
Chapter 4
35
Chapter 5
39
Chapter 6
45
Chapter 7
59
Chapter 8
67
Chapter 11
97
Chapter 12
113
Chapter 14
123
Chapter 15
137
Chapter 16
145
Chapter 17
161
Chapter 18
171
Chapter 19
183

Chapter 9
75
Chapter 10
87
Epilogue
189
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