Tandawuoya

(2 customer reviews)

He was a zealous man and his idea of Christianity was his own.

When Tandawuoya finds religion and accepts Jesus as his Saviour, he is convicted of all his sins and he takes matters into his own hands. He lives a life of salvation as an eccentric Christian, trying to force all around him to accept Jesus, trying to enforce his teaching of End Time. His beliefs have evolved in some pretty radical ways and he is convinced the world is in the Apocalypse. He fails miserably when he tries street preaching, casting out devils, speaking in tongues, and laying hands on the sick.

All the trappings of Christian divinity fail.

He is in a severe battle of conscience against his personal demons; his old life continues to follow him and he can’t shake off the lusts of the flesh and it drives him insane. After many Christians rip him off his money, he is forced to examine every interaction, and is confounded with the way in which his notions of reality become suddenly – irrevocably – stripped bare.

Tandawuoya is a story of loss; a story of destruction; a story of disappointment; a story of renewal. It’s the story of dark extremes of an eccentric faith. It’s a story of dark ugly evil in the hearts of men.

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Book Details

Pages

612 Pages

Publisher

Oba Kunta Octopus

Language

English

Publication Date

2nd June 2020

About The Author

Okang'a Ooko

Okang'a Ooko

Okang’a Ooko was born in Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria in Kenya and grew up in the seventies and eighties in Kisumu. He is the author of Businesswoman’s Fault, a collection of seven stories, and two mainstream literary novels, including Businesswoman's Fault, Bengaman, When You Sing To The Fishes and Hunter and Gatherer mostly featuring stories of scandalous vices, human folly, power-seekers, and peopled by men and women struggling to succeed in the new African renaissance. His next novel, Kalamindi, will soon be issued by Oba Kunta Octopus.

When Tandawuoya finds religion and accepts Jesus as his Saviour, he is convicted of all his sins and he takes matters into his own hands. He lives a life of salvation as an eccentric Christian, trying to force all around him to accept Jesus, trying to enforce his teaching of End Time. His beliefs have evolved in some pretty radical ways and he is convinced the world is in the Apocalypse. He fails miserably when he tries street preaching, casting out devils, speaking in tongues, and laying hands on the sick.

Tandawuoya is a story of loss; a story of destruction; a story of disappointment; a story of renewal. It’s the story of dark extremes of an eccentric faith. It’s a story of dark ugly evil in the hearts of men.

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