The setting and the horror elements of Adaora are
distinctive and exotic, and features supernatural entities, magic, and a fight
that could shatter the universe. The subject and symbolism used in Adaora are
something anyone can understand and relate to, no matter where they live or
what kind of culture they come from. Adaora is a disturbing, violent, and
tragic story of betrayal that leads to rivalry between two female gods.
Adaora is about lost love, jealousy, dangerous – murderous
– passion, fear, and fury. Good against evil forces.
Dotta Raphels was born in the Eastern part of Nigeria, in Imo State. She is a freelance writer and blogger. She grew up amid a culture of folk-tales, myths, fables and a belief in the supernatural. As a child, she travelled the world over, through the enthralling pages of the many books she read, in a bid to escape the realities of growing up in a polygamous home.
Dotta Raphels currently resides in Houston, Texas with her peculiar vegan husband and seven quirky children, two of which are know-it-all twins and a bossy last born, queen Elizabeth. Her writing is influenced by their individual characters.
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