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Storms of the Orisha - Book Review

Mr. Bernard Bayard, Instructor of ESL and Bilingual (French) Studies wrote on 12/2/09. “Storms of the Orisha is a riveting cultural expose. Deborah Hendricks is a young African-American woman caught in a whirlpool of ancestral identity crisis. She, like so many others, is in a desperate search to fill a void for self-expression. What she experiences is a constant and tragic struggle between good and evil. Her transcendence to become Adesanya Fayemi Olatunde and giving birth to a divine baby…See More
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Rewiews - Storms of the Orisha - by Oloye Karade

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE NOVELSTORMS OF THE ORISHABy: Oloye Karade © 2009I would definitely recommend Storms of the Orisha to all lovers of fiction. Oloye Karade has spun a tale of love, suspense and religion with a slight touch of fantasy. The book was engaging from the first few pages right through to the end, never letting the reader get too comfortable with the storyline. Once you think you know what is going to happen next, the storm rolls in, and a new twist evolves. The various…See More
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Chapter 15The treasure was in sight and the way to it was opened for the likes of Alkins, Matthews, and Capperton. The trucks were fueled with the last containers of gasoline and the remaining portions of rations were eaten. This would be the final day of hardships. The chamber, once located, would mark the end of the quest. From the site, a radio communication to Captain Yearling would signal the airlift. The survivors would be less in number.By the time the sun reached its zenith, the convoy…See More
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Oloye Karade has served as priest and author on the subject of African Traditional Religions for over three decades. Within those years, he has published two non-fiction texts on African religions with Samuel Weiser: The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts © 1992, was considered a best seller and was published overseas in three languages (other than English). The book is still in print. Ojise © 1994, was also published and it is still in print. He also published with Athelia-Henrietta Press out of Brooklyn, NY. The title is Imoye © 1996. This work sold well in the Caribbean and is still in print. He has had the opportunity to do book signings mainly in Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; Denver, CO; and Seattle, WA. A number of articles have been written about him or have quoted him via interviews to include a write-up in the New York Times.
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Storms of the Orisha - Book Review

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Mr. Bernard Bayard, Instructor of ESL and Bilingual (French) Studies wrote on 12/2/09. “Storms of the Orisha is a riveting cultural expose. Deborah Hendricks is a young African-American woman caught in a whirlpool of ancestral identity crisis. She, like so many others, is in a desperate search to fill a void for self-expression. What she experiences is a constant and tragic struggle between good and evil. Her transcendence to become Adesanya Fayemi Olatunde and giving birth to a divine baby… Continue

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Hi Oloye! I will contact you. I'm happy you liked Seed, Pumzi fanart.

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Wow, thanks for the comments. They definitely spoke to me on a personal level.
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