By Precious Reuben
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Published: March 27, 2012
Words: 41,469 (approximate)
Burning wind is a powerful story about forgiveness, anger, and sorrow. This story is set in fictional locations in Nigeria, US, and UK. This story will take you to and from different stages of life of a young woman called Brenda, whose beginning to the end draws back to her past.
Burning Wind is a different type of story with a completely different beginning and ending.
After the loss of her parents and her innocence, everything about Brenda came to a halt; her life, her emotions, her ability to see herself as a young woman. In this heart touching story, forgiveness will be farfetched as Brenda’s anger pushes her to an irreversible extent.
“But we can't go back. We can only go forward.” – Libba Bray
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After the loss of her parents and her innocence, everything about Brenda came to a halt: her life, her emotions, her ability to see herself as a young woman. In this heart touching story, forgiveness will be farfetched as Brenda's anger pushes her to an irreversible extent.
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