Victory is the story of a mysterious fisherman from Attiyari village who is on the hunt to catch the big fish, a sacred fish said to be a gift from the ancestors which appeared in the village river once a year.
The title may make you not give this book a second thought. But as soon as you start reading, you won't be able to drop it.
Victory is a short simple piece that lets us in on the life of a young fisherman, Lori, in a simple riverine village named Attiyari. Lori became great effortlessly, and in a twinkle of an eye. But sadly, his achievements didn't last long. He learnt the hard way that in life, time and chance happens to all men.
More than the storyline, Seyi was able to successfully portray delicate life issues with the business of fishing; issues what men will regard as ordinary. It is one of the things I love about this book. It makes you understand that you can be taught anywhere, anyhow, by anyone, and so you must be open enough to accept the lessons of life whenever they come.
For its length, I'll be quick to recommend this book to young minds and teenagers. But for its lessons, everyone will do well to have a quick peep into its pages; as within an hour, you'll be reminded that life is not that hard if we'll all learn to show mutual respect for all margins of people.
If you ever thought that you deserved all you have, Seyi Ajomale's Victory will shock you and open your eyes to the truth that people you least expect can have within the speed of light, what you claim belongs to you alone.
You can get a free copy of Seyi Ajomale's VICTORY here: https://www.okadabooks.com/book/about/victory/11969
Tessy Mordi is an upcoming writer mentally married to good books. A good entry into her heart is a book in hand and a good heart. When she's not working, she's reading or writing
She works as reviewer for Karo's Story Blog and guest writer at Juicypebbles.blogspot.com
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