Meji Book One & Two by Milton J Davis

Book suggestion from another Anon (seriously man tell me who you are to give you credit)

On the continent of Uhuru, in the grasslands of the Sesu, Inkosi Dingane is granted his wish. His Great Wife Shani bears him a son, an heir to his growing empire. But the ancestors have plans of their own. Shani bears him twin boys, meji, an abomination among the Sesu, but a blessing to Shani’s people, the Mawena.


Thus begins the story of two brothers destined to transform their world. One brother, Ndoro, fights for his place among the Sesu, hoping to shed the stigma of abomination. The other, Obaseki, grows to a man among the people of his mother, struggling with a gift that alienates him from his family and eventually leads to his exile. Both brothers set out to find his destiny, traveling through teeming savannah, mysterious forests, haunted ocean cliffs and infernal deserts, fulfilling a prophecy that would change them and their world forever.

Ndoro and Obaseki, twin brothers of royal birth, now find themselves on different paths towards the same destiny. Ndoro, driven by revenge, forges his adopted people, the Diaka, into the greatest weapon Uhuru has ever known. Obaseki begins a sojourn that takes him to the land of his mysterious spirit horn. Moyo, the pieces of his puzzling power falling into place with each step. As each brothers’ power grows their paths become clear. Meji Book Two continues where Meji Book One ends, following the brothers through adulthood. Each amazing adventure reveals more of the wonderful world that is Uhuru. In Meji Book Two, Two will become One.