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Hell to Pay

Narrated by: Ifeyinwa Unachukwu
Length: 4 hrs and 12 mins
Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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King Tomparo, the strong and beloved leader of Oyuda, believes that lust, greed, envy, and betrayal have no place in his kingdom. But others do not believe the same. 

When the king is betrayed by his brother and sister-in-law, his eldest daughter, Kenya, is the first to pay the price. In order to save her, Tomparo enters into a pact with the goddess Hel, the oracle of his clan. It is a bargain that will have a lasting impact for generations to come. 

Through a strange series of events, Kenya finds herself on a slave ship headed for New Orleans. Separated from her family, the young woman will take the first step in a hostile new world. 

But all is not lost; her father has given her a gift more powerful than she could ever have imagined. 

In this fantasy novella, when an African king makes a bargain with a goddess, he passes the supernatural powers he gains on to his oldest daughter, who is bound for the New World.

©2017 Daisy Ozouwain (P)2019 Daisy Ozouwain

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The audiobook brings the story to life

I’m a fan of this author so I read the book first before listening to the narration. The book is already well written and the narration just brings it all to life. The African accents coupled with sound effects made me feel like I was transported to the kingdom of Oyuda. For some reasons I was surprised by Kenya’s voice (I had imagined her sounding younger). Sita’s voice sounded just as mean as in the book and I hope the author deals with her character in the next book. The narrator was very convincing in her performance. I recommend reading both the paper book and listening to the audio book and I hope this gets adapted to screenplay on day!