Cuckoo and the Destiny, Vol 1
We do not know and will never know exactly what happened that day in the FAMBREH savannah. It was the dry season and rain was very scarce. All began with a slash and burn smell and suddenly the FAMBREH savannah was invaded by a great fire. Moni, the monotonous singing Cuckoo bird decides to abandon her home, her mom Kima, and flee far, so far away, to the forest of SHUDIME. Moni is a young expecting female bird who, unfortunately, is not accepted by the animal kingdom. As a newcomer, she can easily get eaten, much less build a nest for shelter and lay her eggs.
Abandoned to her own fate, Moni had to ask for mediation with Zimba the Gorilla, who at that time was the king of SHUDIME forest. Unfortunately, Zimba fails to find a solution and sends her to Kolo a hornbird, the governor of all the SHUDIME forest birds. The vote requested by Kolo to save Moni was unfavorable.
A long battle for survival and the preservation of her species ensues. And therefore, Moni’s life will forever be changed by the effect of an unimaginable fate.
“Cuckoo and the Destiny” is an exciting tale who will engage you in a the family-friendly saga of Moni and her plight of survival.
This is Volume 1 of a series of 10.
Cuckoo and the Destiny, Vol 2
When traveling, there is always a discovery in the making. A happy or an unhappy discovery, mostly when you travel without worrying about the destination. But, what if during your journey only your presence is welcomed with scorn? However, when you come from elsewhere, sometimes it seems like you often carry the burden of being different. This behavior is also common in the animal kingdom.
The welcome that Moni hoped for, when she left her native land suddenly turned into a nightmare.
Nahila, the sentinel bird and the security guard of the SHUDIME forest blew an alarming horn to spread the news of her presence throughout the forest.
The young pregnant cuckoo bird would have to face a new reality: threats, bullying, and mobbing.
Fortunately, the assistance provided by Malaika the Okapi, gave her a glimmer of hope. Just a good start to fight against indifference, prejudice and injustice.
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After working in Radio and Newspaper for the past 20 years while living in Italy, co-authoring with Serge Bile the bestselling book «Et si Dieu n’aimait pas les Noirs: Enquête sur le racisme aujourd’hui au Vatican», Audifac Ignace has combined his passion for travel and research to focus on his favorite genre: Illustrated children’s books. From the slogan his grandmother used to story tell («All stories that are not told, are lost»), he produced a 10 book series « CUCKOO AND THE DESTINY»