“Kamaru felt a little relief in the company of the strangers maybe because they all had the same fate and while trying to bring his thoughts together to know the next line of action, it was disrupted by a loud chant and huge flame coming from his father’s house and instantly it dawned on him that his father’s house had been torched.”
Apịtị is a deep and exciting story that explores the most intimate parts of the souls of the protagonists bringing out the eternal conflict between good and evil.
The language is heart-warming, thrilling and vivid. It’s a gem of a narrative in which everything can be found, love, brotherhood and respect.
Everyone should get their hands on this masterpiece.
Iwu Finian is an occupational health and safety consultant living in Port Harcourt Nigeria. With great passion for storytelling, he has been able to put together this wonderful piece of work. Apiti is his first literary work though fictional, tends to appeal to readers on the need to change the narrative of intolerance within multi-cultural and multi-religious communities around the world. Finian is happily married with three lovely children.
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