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"My tears cannot run dry as life has not been made simple; every drop of it signals an undoing that roughens a course that it cannot restore. The inflicting moment seems to tarry because we heard no calls from any rain bird. Their cry we celebrate; for it settles down in our hearts. So long as I listen, it's the howling wind that is terribly heard. It brings no fortune, bu "My tears cannot run dry as life has not been made simple; every drop of it signals an undoing that roughens a course that it cannot restore. The inflicting moment seems to tarry because we heard no calls from any rain bird. Their cry we celebrate; for it settles down in our hearts. So long as I listen, it's the howling wind that is terribly heard. It brings no fortune, but the trouble that the life always girts. "Alas, our souls have so enough striven in the girdle of this world that is surd." The Fallen Empire captures the eras before colonization, during colonization, and what has led to the failure of the Black inter-subjective world. It is a fiction that shows the struggles between the nobles and the abandoned people people.It also shows how fragmented the Black Continent was before the coming of the Europeans. The book also brings out two-way struggle; the struggle away from selfish African rulers and the struggle away from colonial strategies.As the leader of Baidu laments concerning their ancestors "...through whose darkness we found our ancestors groping but still not succeeded. Because the laying of obstacles is made regular, a routine began by a nerd.But I call it a trial, for its effects can be mended."Do enjoy the fascinating scenes!


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"My tears cannot run dry as life has not been made simple; every drop of it signals an undoing that roughens a course that it cannot restore. The inflicting moment seems to tarry because we heard no calls from any rain bird. Their cry we celebrate; for it settles down in our hearts. So long as I listen, it's the howling wind that is terribly heard. It brings no fortune, bu "My tears cannot run dry as life has not been made simple; every drop of it signals an undoing that roughens a course that it cannot restore. The inflicting moment seems to tarry because we heard no calls from any rain bird. Their cry we celebrate; for it settles down in our hearts. So long as I listen, it's the howling wind that is terribly heard. It brings no fortune, but the trouble that the life always girts. "Alas, our souls have so enough striven in the girdle of this world that is surd." The Fallen Empire captures the eras before colonization, during colonization, and what has led to the failure of the Black inter-subjective world. It is a fiction that shows the struggles between the nobles and the abandoned people people.It also shows how fragmented the Black Continent was before the coming of the Europeans. The book also brings out two-way struggle; the struggle away from selfish African rulers and the struggle away from colonial strategies.As the leader of Baidu laments concerning their ancestors "...through whose darkness we found our ancestors groping but still not succeeded. Because the laying of obstacles is made regular, a routine began by a nerd.But I call it a trial, for its effects can be mended."Do enjoy the fascinating scenes!

1 review for The Fallen Empire: ...an historical fiction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sanusi Camara

    I am going to give this book a 4 star and if you keep reading, you would find out why. The Fallen Empire is a historical fiction book which takes us through the journey of a group of people in the great Tambi Empire. Their tale starts with the cry on the hilltop of one Dimo. It was Dimo who opened the eyes of the people of Bali, so they could see everything that was wrong with their captive existence under a selfish and corrupt King. Self determination came at a steep price and robbed them of wha I am going to give this book a 4 star and if you keep reading, you would find out why. The Fallen Empire is a historical fiction book which takes us through the journey of a group of people in the great Tambi Empire. Their tale starts with the cry on the hilltop of one Dimo. It was Dimo who opened the eyes of the people of Bali, so they could see everything that was wrong with their captive existence under a selfish and corrupt King. Self determination came at a steep price and robbed them of what little comfort they had. After they battled their enemies and tried to pull themselves out of poverty, they achieved a modicum of peace which only got destroyed by foreigners. Their new enemy had white skin and new weapons. Everything went to hell at the end, eiish...no spoiler alerts. However, it is Dimo who would make the ultimate sacrifice to give his people, what's left of them anyways, a ray of hope. It seems fitting, since he was the beginning of the tale. You really should read this book if you are a fan of historical fiction. What I liked the most about the book was the way the author blended true facts, with fiction. I also liked how one group was able to convince another group to embrace their religion, without bloodshed, but with a lot of love. The world would be a better place if we all practiced this. I also like how the family unit was shown in a positive light and how the chief deferred to his wife sometimes and not dismissive of her ideas. My favorite character would be Dimo, that's why I couldn't help but mention him; he had courage. If I disliked anything about the book, it would be the deaths that happened towards the end of the story. It was heart wrenching. I also dislike that I only got to know the chief is Dimo's uncle towards the end of the book. I would recommend this book to both old and young readers, but they must have a love for history and epic scenarios. This book is a 'A Song of Fire and Ice' type of book, with a touch of African, and of course, the fight is not for the Iron Throne or the Seven Kingdoms, but Self Determination. Reviewed by Queenbee Aurora, 5-time Author, 2-time Bestselling Author.

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