Village under siege is a story that tells of the intrigues in a society that wants to keep up with the times but also wants to remain as it has been. is it possible to have your cake and eat it? find out what happens as a village full of potential and promise tries to establish its identity. More
Village Under Siege is a novel depicting the struggle between ancient, traditional beliefs and principles on the one hand, and modern, progressive elements of society on the other. In the story, we can see a lot of parallels with our own society today. Within this larger context, the author discusses the issue of rigid leadership that is not willing to change with the times. Such leaders invariably end up oppressing and dragging back the people they lead. The Church is also not without blame in these matters. Unfortunately, this institution, which should be making the lives of people better, sometimes does the exact opposite. Nowhere is this seen better than in this book. The writer also focuses on the critical issue of gender balance and the associated dynamics. In particular he highlights the role education plays in this matter. The narrative concludes on a triumphant note, demonstrating, once again, that change in society is a must, and that those who do not adapt to change will be destroyed by the forces of change and transformation.