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Victoria’s Books

Heart -2In The Heart of Our Souls is based on untold true short stories of the Kingdom of Congo’s descendants. With all the sadness and great love stories, the author briefly and greatly thanks her ancestors for their love towards family.

The author starts with the story of her great grandfather who was the nephew of King Ntotila. He spoke and wrote English. In 1800’s, he translated the entire Bible from English to Kikongo for a family he trusted in a Western country and he was never paid. The author had the same experience as her great grand-father years ago, when she discovered a photographer and her friend made a false release; they forged her signature and handwriting without her consent/knowledge to sell her 144 pictures online and to a well-known company in Los Angeles and she was never paid. Neither the company nor the photographer and her friend apologized for what they had done to her. Those people walked free of charge in the court of law.

She talks about the great memories of her great-grandmother who in her later years lost her eyesight, but she recognized her great and grandchildren by their voices.

The author talks about the difficulty in the lives of those descendants.

Next, the author talks about her grand-parents, her father, her mother who was a teacher, met her father and how she died of breast cancer.

At last, the author writes a wonderful poem for Congo that the readers would appreciate reading.

Purchase the at http://victoria-n.com/buy_ebooks.html  OR Amazon OR Barnes & Nobles

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4 thoughts on “Victoria’s Books

  1. Our history is made up of many colors. Perhaps these at are the stories that need to be read in schools today. An amazing little read. This is a lovely short 30 minute read. I loved the story, the woman, and the history. It will cost you less than a few dollars, and take only 30 minutes to read, but will inspire you forever! Well done and 5 stars from me.

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