The Blood Of A Deity

The Blood Of A Deity

By:  Victory  Completed
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Umuora Kingdom unleashed terror in society when they created a deity without the wizard's enchanted sword. The deity left Umuora and settled in Ohanta community, where he appeared in human form to defy innocent virgins. No one could escape from him, and no one challenged his authority. Ije, a young virgin, and a contemporary heroine stood out against the crowd and fulfilled a personal destiny. She traced the origin of the deity and corrected the mistake that was made on the day it was created. She fell in love along the line, which almost ended her mission, but gods had it all planned for her.

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Victory
Hi guy, I want you to know that your votes are well appreciated thanks
2022-08-12 16:49:29
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claudianovena
nice story ! do u have any inquiries that i can keep in touch with you ? I have sth to discuss about the book
2022-03-31 18:49:54
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Michelle Neto
...... did you just surmarize this story? Anyway this is best epic story I be read on Good novel. Thank you Nwife you can now disvirgin her, I see season 2 loading
2021-12-16 13:00:15
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Morolayo_
Nice story line. I love it...️
2021-10-11 22:28:46
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Zainab M.
Omg, it is so interesting, I'm literally hooked. Great work, long way to go writer ...
2021-10-11 22:27:29
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Michelle Neto
please update, I have been waiting for more than a week now
2021-09-08 09:32:54
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Michelle Neto
All your chapters are very very interesting, but I know that very soon you will start adding unnecessary chapters like some of the writers. Nice Work Kudos!!!
2021-08-28 16:03:36
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Naija Entertainment
This story is quite interesting and intriguing. It is unique. Please share more updates please I can't wait. I like how you started, but please increase the number of words in your chapters.
2021-08-25 14:27:11
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78 Chapters
Chapter 1: The wicked deity
Anine sat on a log of teak tree that fell at the back of Ajonwa's shrine. The tree had been her source of solitude each time she remembers how unfair life had been to her. The falling of the tree reminded her of the day her husband passed on to the great beyond. The unfairness of life began when Anine's husband died three years after they got married. She lost her mother when she was just three years old. She was raised by a father who made sure she never lacked anything, so her mother's absence was not felt. However, her father died after giving her hand in marriage. He sold everything he had just to make sure Anine never had anything to do with Ajonwa deity. This led to depression and consequent upon that, he died. Anine continued with her life after the death of her father. Her loving husband filled every vacuum her father left. When he died, Anine's world collapsed. Sitting on the log of the fallen tree, Anine began to recall how she got to Ajonwa's shrine - the same shrine h
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Chapter 2: Face-to-face with the deity
"After much deliberation, the king and the people of Ohanta community agreed to send four men to Ndikwe community to trace the origin of the traveler. The villagers waited for so many seasons, but none of them returned. Nothing was ever heard about the men. Their disappearance remained a mystery in Ohanta community till today." "But Father...." "Ani nne stop interrupting me," Mazi Ugwu said. "Just one question Father" Anine said with index finger up. "Go ahead" " How many days will it take a man from Ohanta to get to Ndikwe?" Anine sorted to know. "I have not embarked on the journey my entire life, but my father told me it is a three-day journey" Mazi Ugwu responded. "So since then, no one tried to trace the origin of Ajonwa?" Anine asked. "After some seasons, when Ajonwa began to release what he had in store for the people of Ohanta, three men embarked on a secret mission. They told no one where they were going - not even their parents could explain where they went to.
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Chapter 3: The new girl
"Greetings Mother" Anine turned and saw an attractive young girl standing at the entrance of the chamber. She had a large bosom and was quite too curvaceous for her age. In a nutshell, she was highly endowed. "What is your name ?" Anine inquired "Aku" "How old are you?" She further inquired. "Eighteen seasons and few full moons," Aku responded. Anine snapped her fingers in bewilderment. "You have been here for quite some time now, why are you doing this to me?" Aku asked with pains clearly written all over her face. "Doing what to you Aku?" "Please what are you talking about?" Anine shook Aku gently, demanding an answer. Ajonwa, the dreaded beast entered the chamber. "Woman!" He thundered. " Watch, learn from her, and stop complaining. " His voice echoed in the temple. Anine stood still and watched while Ajonwa devoured Aku like a hungry lion devouring its prey. The thrusting lasted for what seemed like ages. Aku kept quiet as her body responded to the rhythm of
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Chapter 4: Aku's story
"After I turned down my mother's offer, she reported me to our kinsmen. None of them could convince me to accept the offer. I don't know what came over me. It was as if Ajonwa's story is mere folklore. I made up my mind to come here after hearing their stories and all the pains Ajonwa has caused my community. No one has ever made an attempt to kill him. Mazi Idika invited me to his house and shared his painful story with me. According to him, his four daughters were kidnapped at once. The girls rejected all the men that were found for them. One day, their father returned from the farm and met an empty house, his beautiful daughters were nowhere to be found. He said the people of Ohanta were thrown into mourning when the news of disappearance circulated the whole village. The three sisters were known for their kindness. They help those who had no help in farming activities. After two market days, Mazi Idika received news that one of his daughters died after she was sexually abused
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Chapter 5: Anine's story
Anine could not explain how she felt the day her father told her that he has found a suitor for her. At the age of nineteen, she was young for marriage and was also running out of time. Since the villagers now give their daughters out for marriage at a very tender age, Ajonwa also danced according to the tune of the music played by the people of Ohanta. The disappearance of the Princess of Ohanta, who was just fifteen years old made the people know that Ajonwa understood the music steps. It took Mazi Ugwu three years to gather all the things that were demanded by her daughter's potential husband. He also sold all his lands to raise the amount of cowries Onochie's family requested. Mazi Ugwu was sad that he sold everything he had, however, he was happy that he kept Anine's mother's last wish. "She is my only daughter, please give her out to a man she loves. Do not allow Ajonwa to lay his filthy hands on my daughter." Mazi Ugwu recalled his wife's voice. Tears began to roll down
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Chapter 6: The messenger is conceived
Marriage to Onochie was the best thing that had ever happened in Anine's life. She hadn't thought anything could feel more serious and permanent than when she moved into Onochie's hut. Their first night together was an experience both never had. Although Anine felt a little nervous because it was her first time being with a man. Onochie was secretly intimidated by making love to his virgin wife. He was not confident about how to have a great time with her. He wanted their first night together to be a benchmark in her life. Onochie guided her gently, while they give each other ecstasy of passion. Little did they know that they were rewriting the history of the great Ohanta Kingdom. "Why are you staring at me like that?" Anine asked shyly when she opened her eyes and caught Onochie looking steadily at her. "The passion is overwhelming," Onochie whispered in her ear and they chuckled. Anine felt cold suddenly. She and her father had never slept apart since she was born. She felt
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Chapter 7: The old woman of the cave
"Ezeudo!" An old woman who was known as the old woman of the cave called as she approached the king's palace. She was halted at the entrance of the king's palace by the king's guards. If only they knew why she left her cave, they would have given her an easy passage. Her face was filled with excitement, however, the guards failed to notice. The old woman was banished from the community by the King's father after she was accused of witchcraft. The woman left the village and settled in a cave that was situated outside the village, at the boundary between Uzofia community and Ohanta community. Since she left the village, people had been visiting her secretly when they need spiritual help. They believed she wined and dined with spirits. All those who sought her help got the help they needed. She was not to be seen anywhere around the village. This was why the guards recognized her and denied her entrance. The old woman continued screaming. "Ezeudo! Ezeudo!!" Ezeudo was caught of
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Chapter 8: The king is Disappointed
"Who am I that the great Lion of Ohanta Kingdom visited my household." Mazi Ileka cried out the moment he saw Ezeudo standing right in the middle of his compound. Though he was utterly perplexed, however, he suppressed his bewilderment. He knew a toad does not run in the daytime for nothing. "Onochie!" "Father!" Anine, who was looking furtively through a hole on the widow of her hut answered and stepped out. "Greetings your Majesty."Ezeudo waved back at her without a word. He was more concerned about the messenger he came to fetch. A messenger from the gods deserved to be fetched by the King himself, so he believed. "Where is your husband?" "Father, Onochie is not yet back from the farm." "Get two seats for us, gently please." Mazi Ileka said delicately. Since the news of her pregnancy got to him, he had been treating her like the Queen of Ohanta. "Do not stress the poor girl." Ezeudo intervened. "Em Mazi Ileka, I heard you have a visitor." "Haha, oh you've heard alrea
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Chapter 9: Curious wives
Ezeudo's disappointment was apparent as he sank into his royal chair weakly and covered half of his face with his left palm. He went into deep thought. The disappearance of the Princess contributed to the death of his first wife, the Princess's mother. She was the only child of her mother and everyone adored her. Ezeudo would have become a dead man if not for his second wife who was there for him. The news about the new messenger was supposed to be a good one to Ezeudo, however, since he had lost hope of seeing his daughter soon, he could not explain how he felt about the news. "Who did you sacrifice in exchange for a warrior from the gods?" The voice of Ezeudo's third wife who walked into the courtyard unnoticed brought the king back to the real world. He gaped at her in silence. Ugo had been a troublemaker since Ezeudo got married to her. The fact that she bore two sons for the king made her to be more proud than the second wife who had no child. "Who did you sacrifice to t
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Chapter 10: The prophecy
The rainy season was the most important season to the people of Ohanta, since the majority of them were farmers. The first rain that falls after the harvest season announces the beginning of planting season. The long-awaited rain had just arrived. People took their children to the farm. Each child in every family had a hoe and cutlass. The hoes and cutlasses were made according to the age of the children. Onochie's mother had no one that would help her in her farming activities. Onochie, her only son had his own farm because he had married and was expected to take care of his wife and unborn child by himself. This was why Anine insisted that she would always accompany her mother-in-law to the farm. Anine got up so early, she had not been going out lately due to her protruding stomach. She informed her husband that she would be going to the farm with their mother. "No Anine you are not going anywhere!" Onochie shouted at her for the first time since he got married to her. "Nne tol
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