• The Ivory Staff

  • A Dark Fairy Tale of Kings and War
  • By: M Lachi
  • Narrated by: John Hawks
  • Length: 13 hrs
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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The Ivory Staff

By: M Lachi
Narrated by: John Hawks
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Samiyah, a young peasant on a quest to find love and honor, wins a chance to attend the royal ball. Beyond her wildest dreams, she finds herself dancing in the arms of Prince Chad, heir to the throne.

As there brews a violent struggle between the brutal ruling-class and the oppressed peasantry, Chad and Samiyah's growing, talk-of-the-town love spawns whispers of bloody uprisings and plots of swift usurpation.

©2017 Mellissa Offoha (P)2017 Mellissa Offoha

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took too long to get to the dark

Lost. Confused. Then just down right frustrated. The Ivory Staff was filled with some interesting characters, secrets, lies, deception, and then there was the forbidden. The forbidden was what lured me in. Okay that is partial true. The idea of a dark fairy tale lured me in. For me things were slow.

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