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The Red Leaf of Freedom : A new folk lore, for a new age

By Martinez, Edward, Nicholas

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Title: The Red Leaf of Freedom : A new folk lore, for a new age  
Author: Martinez, Edward, Nicholas
Volume: Volume 1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Geography, Anthropology, Recreation, Hero Myth
Collections: Authors Community, Mythology
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Edward Martinez


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This book is a work of mythopoea meant not only to entertain, but to provoke thought on some very important questions. Questions like: By what measurement do we esteem a persons worth? Is beauty just an issue of appearance or is attitude just as important? And, would you save someone's life, even if they've badly mistreated you;or, more importantly, should you save them?

Set in a remote part Africa, this book tells the story of Bel. Hated by all who know her, Bel is ugly and accursed, until the seer calls upon her to go on a perilous quest. Now Bel must find a way past sun gods and a sulfur dripping guard dog, to save a tribe that doesn't want her from a famine that threatens not only their live but hers as well.

"One of our daughters must be sent, so let us send the one who is least likely to marry. For surely she will do naught of more worth than to succeed or die on this journey through the ancestor mound."- Bel's mother, Decisions.

Table of Contents
1)Decisions 2)Feast 3)The Lion and The Hound


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