Janjaweed is a title name of a young African boy, who could foretell accidents and future through his sickness -epilepsy. His quest for healing and deliverance from the epilepsy and "the shadow talkers" leads him through series of fantastical visions, shuffling between the world of spirit and reality; until he finally gets saved through a crusade. The setting of the novel is in a third world country. The book also explores the universal theme of poverty, child abuse, HIV/AIDS and several other social/religious problems peculiar to third world countries. This is one of the most interesting pieces to have emerged from Christian fiction with very wide readership. Gbemi has carved a niche for himself in Christian literature.
Daniel writes very “alive” stories, and it is a delight to watch his words bring presence to the people he envisions.”
R.J KIRKHAM (BRIGHT LIGHT MULTIMEDIA, AUSTRALIA)
The author, Daniel Akinlolu is a young African writer with a degree in English from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Daniel published his first poetry with National Library of Poetry (USA) when he was barely 22 years. He is commissioned by Aim Higher Books as the only African to participate in "The Quest : Alliance" fiction in 2004. Daniel is also a highly rated short story writer with an Australian literary organization- Bright Light Multimedia (BLM).His literary prowess and genius makes him a rare African to be published on-line with bright light multimedia. With series of manuscripts to his credit, Daniel currently resides in South Africa, the youngest and only black member in Pretoria Writers' Circle and also a member of Africa's largest writers' association-South African Writers Circle. Janjaweed is his first novel.
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