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Author House, Nov 22, 2010 - Fiction - 124 pages
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In this book, Njns, the main character, is a young boy who returns to his family and the real world after inadvertently dabbling into the occult through an encounter with his supposed Spiritual Guide.

Being previously assumed dead, he now stands in the middle of a long spiritual battle for his own soul between his family and the occult. Maureen, Njns's Aunt, finally gets him out of the occult but not before he establishes his own order.


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Kenneth Igiri was born over 30 years ago in the Eastern, Igbo-speaking area of Nigeria, West Africa. He has a background in Computer Engineering and currently works as an IT staff in the commercial city of Lagos. Creative Arts come naturally in Kenneth's family - one of his brothers performed as a skilled dancer in his University days and another is a professional musician. During his early childhood, he spent much time drawing comic books until he became too busy with science classes in secondary school then he started writing. Njansi is a work of Kenneth's 'spare time' written during his early years in the University. In this book, he combines prose with poetry so intricately and in such a captivating manner that the reader easily becomes entangled in the story. He is very skilled at stirring all kinds of emotions through writing. This book is his first published work and is certainly very impressive.

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