Legs of Tornado: THE MAN WHO OUTRAN THE WIND. WAS IT THE RISE THAT MADE HIM A KING OR THE DEMISE?

The man who outran the Wind. Was it the rise that made him a King or the demise?

The man who outran the Wind. Was it the rise that made him a King or the demise?
Legs Of Tornado by Felicien Kanyamibwa
Tired of hearing knights in shining armor stories, Felicien has got your back. Her protagonist can outrun the wind, kill evil spirits and conquer his fate.

Legs of Tornado is a fictional novel written by an American author, Felicien Kanyamibwa, who is ready to shake the bibliophile realm with her new adventure-fused fantasy story. We have read many tales of adventure but what makes this story interesting and worth the read is Felicien’s powerful narrative and character-twisting conflicts embedded in the layers of the work. Tired of hearing knights in shining armor stories, Felicien has got your back. Her protagonist can outrun the wind, kill evil spirits and conquer his fate. 

Legs of Tornado is a tale of Maguru ya Sarwaya, the man knowns as legs of Tornado. A mindful boy in chase of his dreams, to be the best hunter there ever was and to dethrone the beasts of his time. A man chosen to save the king’s kingdom and bring back the peace that once resonated the streets of the village. Magaru is a strong-willed protagonist with a blazing thirst for hunt. Felicien portrays him as the invincible hunter that can even outrun death, embodied as the imparambwe, the magical creature who lives in the jungle. 

The author comes forth with a hero who comes from a humble background, raised by a single mother in a small village. It is his story of survival. The protagonist has the power to speak to the adrenaline-seeking audience. The ones who are tired of hearing shining knight stories. They want someone who they can relate to. To witness life with the character and grow with him in his journey from nothing to something.

A not so cliché storyline with a not-so-extravagant hero. This story is bound to push you to the edge of your seat with each page shift. Every chapter holds a new angle, and each individual introduced within this story has a personality that not only defines them but gives them life.

Felicien promises you an interesting journey, and the protagonist promises you adventure and thrill-packed adventure. Ambition, desire, fate, valor, and power are some of the themes of the book.

The novel, Legs of Tornado is now available for purchase in E-book and Paperback from Amazon.

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Even a Rooster Can Dream to Fly, But Was the Flight Worth It

 Even a rooster can dream to fly, but was the flight worth it?

“Even Roosters Dream to Fly by Felicien Kanyamibwa”


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A story engraved in twists and conflicts, travel with King Manzi as he reaches the mountain top and hits rock bottom.

From the mind of the American author emerges a new fictional novel by the name of, Even roosters dream to fly. Felicien takes you on a journey of a hunter-turned King who seeks to tell the story of his life to his son from the bounds of prison. A story woven out of passion, power, and desire for something grand. Felicia, with her abysmal writing style and down-to-earth characters, is here to boost your thirst for adventure. 

Even Roosters dream to fly is a tale of a boy who seeks big things in life. His dream is to be the future king and leave behind a legacy. Eyes brimming with passion and a soul ready for action, he conquers his day-to-day challenges and makes a mark for himself in the kingdom. The author comes forth with a message that no matter how much you conquer in life, if you aren’t cautious enough, you will fall to your doom. King Manzi unleashes the threads of his life story on his son in prison so that the coming generation can learn from his mistakes and be well aware of their actions and the consequences tied to them.

The author constructs a life-like protagonist who takes the readers on a journey of his rise turned demise, how he fought with bulls and hunted vicious animals, how he won the hand of the princess and wooed the crowd away, and then suddenly, after obtaining his lifelong achievement, he fell into the trap of Germans, and as a result, his kingdom paid the price.

The narrative that rips open the wound of guilt and takes you into the head of the man who lost everything in a speck of light, how easily manipulated a human mind can be, how mischievous a smile can be, and how heartbreaking the past can be. Be aware of the ones who scorn your presence but be highly cautious of the ones who smile to your face. The novel is a cluster of different themes working side by side drama, family, power, war, passion, guilt, and love are some of the prominent ones,

Skillfully crafted, Even Rooters dream to fly is the tale regarding the relentless pursuit of the hero who stops at nothing to achieve his destiny, albeit, with each chapter, we see his destiny collapse, reform, and stand in a reflection much different than what he imagined it to be. Hope, loss, and denial, we see our protagonist twist and conform to the environment, transforming himself through each crash of a wave personified in the form of rivalries, friendships, and romance. Similar to the seasons we experience, each chapter brings with it a solstice that calls for different feelings and yearnings for each character. Alas, as for the villains, much can be said without lifting the veil.

The novel Even Roosters dream to fly is now available for purchase in e-book format from Amazon.

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Reading Corner: Even Roosters Dream to Fly and Legs of Tornado

 Reading Corner: Even Roosters Dream to Fly and Legs of Tornado

Book 1: Even Roosters Dream To Fly: The Epic of a German White Catholic Priest and Manzi, a Freedom Fighter and a Mythological King of Rwanda.

Book 2: Legs of Tornado: The Human Who Outran the Wind.

Authored by Felicien Kanyamibwa, PhD, MqBA


 

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        • A unique story that welcomes the world to the  African culture, history, struggle, and social challenges. It is an inspirational tale full of relatable human experiences that gives hope, optimism, and practical solutions to the readers.

 

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Honest and Heart-touching. An entertaining read for all ages, the book is vividly written and reflects universal human values.

 

 

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Author: Felicien Kanyamibwa, PhD, MqBA

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Visit http://www.amazon.com/author/aroni to buy the books on Amazon (Kindle, Paperback, Hardcopy)

Soon available on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Google Books, iBook’s, Ingram Spark, Lulu, Kobo, Walmart

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Even Roosters Dream to Fly along with Legs of Tornado are also available on Amazon worldwide at the following sites and, soon, on several platforms:

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 For more, also check Legs of Tornado site at http://www.felicienkanyamibwa.com

 

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Legs of Tornado: The Human Who Outran the Wind, available on Barnes and Noble





Legs of Tornado

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Maguru is Rwanda’s best hunter, even better than the king—and certainly better than his jealous village chief. He’s hunted the buffalo, the antelope, and the leopard, but he has never hunted the deadly beast. To save his people, Maguru must now learn to outwit a creature that can change shape in the wink of an eye. If he succeeds, he’ll be a hero. If he fails, his people will die of starvation. Maguru is determined not to fail. Beautifully illustrated, Legs of Tornado introduces readers to the world of African fables, where magic lives and breathes, and beautiful brides hide deadly secrets.

Sample Chapter

Maguru ya Sarwaya, Legs of Tornado, was a very strong-willed and mindful boy. He was very polite to all people and kind to other boys and girls in the village. He respected older persons and revered elders. When Maguru was still a baby, his fearless father was killed while hunting buffalo. As a result, he was raised by his single mother, whom he deeply adored and cherished. Most parents wished Maguru, or Legs, as they called him, were their own son.
As Maguru grew up into a young man, his prowess and hunting skills amazed his childhood friends.
Maguru came to be one of the most respected hunters in his village. He became a better hunter than his father had been and more skilled than the chief of the clan was. He could hunt the buffalo, outrun the antelope, and track the leopard. Within his and neighboring villages, Maguru’s hunting acumen dwarfed that of the king’s. Wiser hunters were awed by Maguru’s precocious hunting talents. Only the village chief grew jealous as Maguru’s popularity spread.
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Legs of Tornado: Available on Amazon Worldwide and Other Distribution Channels

To those who have asked about how to get the book, "Legs of Tornado - The Human Who Outran the Wind".
 The book  is now available on the following distribution channels:


To find the book on Amazon, access the web site by clicking on the link. If the book web page in not readily available, enter: "Legs of Tornado" in the search field.

 I remain humbled by, and thankful for, the  overwhelming and enthusiastic response from friends, readers, and simply those who delight in discovering African culture and mythology.

Thank you all who have bought the book. I truly believe that children, juvenile, parents and grand-parents who did not read the book, yet, will enjoy it greatly when they do.

For more, also continue to check Legs of Tornado site at http://www.legsoftornado.com

Felicien "Aroni" Kanyamibwa.
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Legs of Tornado
 

The Human Who Outran the Wind

Authored by Felicien Kanyamibwa, PhD, MqBA
Edition: 1
Legs of Tornado

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About the author:

US citizen Felicien Aroni Kanyamibwa, PhD, was born in Rwanda. He grew up in both Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Kanyamibwa received his PhD in business administration from Penn State University, University Park. He also holds an MS in quantitative business analysis and management information systems from Louisiana State University.

While in Rwanda, Kanyamibwa worked as a senior executive in the banking, manufacturing, and civil engineering industries. In the United States, his professional career has included teaching at the university level and fulfilling executive roles for various technology, financial, and pharmaceutical companies. He has been published in both academic and professional journals.

When not writing, Kanyamibwa enjoys reading; exploring ethnic, modern, and classical art and music; and telling stories from his homeland.



Long ago, the people of Rwanda suffered through a terrible famine. The rains did not come to help the crops grow, the grass withered, and the soil became so dry that it cracked.

The people looked to their village chiefs for guidance, but the chiefs could not help. They looked to the king, but he could not bring the rain. Only the magical tail of a mystical creature could save the kingdom.

Maguru is Rwanda’s best hunter, even better than the king—and certainly better than his jealous village chief. He’s hunted the buffalo, the antelope, and the leopard, but he has never hunted the deadly imparambwe.

To save his people, Maguru must now learn to outrun the wind and outwit a creature that can change shape in the wink of an eye. If he succeeds, he’ll be a hero. If he fails, his people will die of starvation.

Maguru is determined not to fail.

Beautifully illustrated, Felicien Aroni Kanyamibwa’s Legs of Tornado introduces readers to the world of African fables, where animals talk, beautiful brides hide deadly secrets, and magic lives and breathes.




Publication Date:
Jul 15 2016
ISBN/EAN13:
1533345066 / 9781533345066
LCCN:
2016909664
Page Count:
46
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Country & Ethnic / General
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Long ago, the people of Rwanda suffered through a terrible famine. The rains did not come to help the crops grow, the grass withered, and the soil became so dry that it cracked. The people looked to their village chiefs for guidance, but the chiefs could not help. They looked to the king, but he could not bring the rain. Only the magical tail of a mystical creature could save the kingdom. Maguru is Rwanda’s best hunter, even better than the king—and certainly better than his jealous village chief. He’s hunted the buffalo, the antelope, and the leopard, but he has never hunted the deadly imparambwe. To save his people, Maguru must now learn to outrun the wind and outwit a creature that can change shape in the wink of an eye. If he succeeds, he’ll be a hero. If he fails, his people will die of starvation. Maguru is determined not to fail.

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