THE GOLDEN GLOVES OF HERCULES

The Golden Gloves of Heracles by Jermaine Nnmamdi Carew

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The Golden Gloves of Heracles: Hercule is a normal school kid who seems to be good at nothing. He’s a little overweight and is a laughing stock the school. However, his bullied and provoked days are about to change as he found a pair of golden battle gloves that belongs to the demigod Hercules/Heracles. As he wore the gloves, Olympia was sat the brink lot danger as Ares, Heracles’s half-brother arrives to get revenge. Will Hercules be at peace with his ancestral uncle, or will his Herculean strength fail him?

Hercule’s Gauntlets: Titanic Clashes: Hercule, the reincarnate of the demigod Hercules, quickly became a worldwide phenomenon on both Olympia and Olympus. He greatly struggles with his new life of fame and critics and starts too debate whether the golden gauntlets that he wears were a blessing, or a curse. Meanwhile, Hades, god of the underworld, plots to take vengeance on his brother Zeus and makes an allegiance of his own. On Hercule’s birthday, he wishes to know the secret of the golden gauntlets that gave him the powers and attributes of Hercules. As he starts his journey too find his answers, so starts the beginning of an unexpected siege in Olympus. Could Hercule complete his nearly impossible journey for answers in time to help fight this new threat, or will it be too late

 

 

The Fascinating History of My Liberated Ancestors

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In ‘The Fascinating History of My Liberated Ancestors’, the Author starts with a brief Historical sketch of his direct Ancestors beginning in Scotland in the late fifteenth Century. Thereafter, the reader is treated to a very well researched account of those White and Black men and women that traveled between Nova Scotia, Jamaica, Britain and West Africa, particularly Sierra Leone whilst enduring the horrors of Slavery. Against all odds and the many degrading and prejudicial practices, Charles Harding’s Ancestors developed into a formidable Group of well – educated professionals in Medicine, The Law and members of the Cloth. They married and intermarried and played an immeasurable part in the establishment of the British Colony of Sierra Leone that played such a leading role in West Africa until Independence. His masterful writing has not only produced a ‘Family History,’ but a book that provides a unique account of ‘Colonial History’, and a Fascinating one at that. This remarkable book is a truly good read.

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