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Inside this Book – That Ciwanke girl can kiss my backside,” my friend Dari said. “Want me to tell her that?” I smiled, looking straight ahead. “No,” I said, though I wasn’t quite sure. I knew Dari would do it. Dari was a joker and one of the more popular kids at school. But he was also my guardian in some ways. If other students made fun of me when he was around, he always jumped to my side to defend me. I really appreciated that. In general, I was a pretty quiet girl. I preferred to sit and think about things rather than talk to people about them. Except when it came to Dari. Dari and I had met on the playground when we were both seven years old. I was sitting by myself on a bench looking at the Forbidden Greeny Jungle in the distance. From where I sat, I could see the last building of Kirki and then the looming dense wall of palm, iroko, mahogany, and eke trees and goodness knew what others.
Inside this book –Zahrah the Windseeker PDF Book by Nnedi Okorafor – If I only knew then what I know now. The reason I didn’t understand what was going on was that such a thing had never happened to anyone in the history of my entire town! Kirki was only four hundred years old, but that’s still a long time to me. I was experiencing one of the “old ways.” Something people thousands of years ago used to experience quite often. Something that was once normal but was now quite strange. Stranger than my dadalocks! Few people remembered such old ways. My hometown was not a place where people liked to look too closely or deeply at what had happened centuries or millennia ago. When people wanted answers, they looked up their question on the network and got an answer. People didn’t really care where the answer came from. As long as it was “correct,” which really meant as long as things made some sort of sense and weren’t too complicated. We liked to focus on how we could get ahead, further into the future, and we ignored the past. So I had no point of reference for what was happening to me.
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- Full Book Name – Zahrah the Windseeker
- Author of this Book – Nnedi Okorafor
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fantasy, Young Adult
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- eBook Pages – 311
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