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"In the wake of violent outbursts over the creation of a new local government area by the then military regime, two warring tribes, the Ijaws and the Itsekiris with an age-old ax to grind come head to head in a blody and brutal battle for land ownership throwing a once peaceful and lovable city into chaos. Set in March of 1997 in the war-torn city of Warri, Nigeria, Bonfires of the gods tell heatrending fictitious accounts of real-life experiences of people who had suffered great losses during the violent outreage. IT tells a story of love and hate, of life and death, and of a quest for surival in one's own homeland."-Publisher
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Columbia Gorge Community College Library 896 OKI 2019 (Text) 39705000029834 Main Collection Book None 04/01/2019 Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781791687236
  • Physical Description: 232 pages ; 23cm
  • Publisher: New Jersey Farline Fhurst Publishing, 2019.

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Summary, etc.:
"In the wake of violent outbursts over the creation of a new local government area by the then military regime, two warring tribes, the Ijaws and the Itsekiris with an age-old ax to grind come head to head in a blody and brutal battle for land ownership throwing a once peaceful and lovable city into chaos. Set in March of 1997 in the war-torn city of Warri, Nigeria, Bonfires of the gods tell heatrending fictitious accounts of real-life experiences of people who had suffered great losses during the violent outreage. IT tells a story of love and hate, of life and death, and of a quest for surival in one's own homeland."-Publisher
Subject: Warri (Nigeria)

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