Recent Release "Forbidden Entries" from Page Publishing author Lis Frimpong highlights the interplay between humans and werewolves in a mafioso world.
NEW YORK, Aug. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Lis Frimpong, who is a fifteen year old Ghanaian American, has completed her new book "Forbidden Entries": an intriguing tale that shows the fight for social justice, shining a light on aspects of today's society, and exemplifying that not everything is black-and-white. There is hurt and dysfunction on both sides of the fight.
Frimpong writes, "Awhile back, Alphas and their packs overtook the entire Mafia world. They were seen as strong, fearless, and dominating. The feeling of insecurity fell on Mafias who were human, wondering what made them so special. Jealousy grew, and with that came rivalry, and with rivalry came the division. Sophia Al-Ghul, Oscar's wife, bore him children, and Oscar came up with an idea to help his kids remain in an environment where they didn't have to feel inferior. He invested in building a school with a few of his other friends that had the same views as he did. This school would only authorize kids with human genetics and no trace of any kind of wolf blood. Growing up, Oscar taught his kids that werewolves wanted to dominate wherever they stepped foot and looked down on people they overpowered. He taught them to stay away and never to be seen with any."
Published by Page Publishing, Lis Frimpong's riveting book explores the inferiority complex of Oscar Al-Ghul, and how that has dire consequences on the world around him.
Oscar Al-Ghul had always found Lee Yen-Soo a threat to his Mafia world for his reputation. The people gave Yen-Soo the attention Oscar wanted. The attention he craved for was never given. After hearing the birth of his newly conceived son, his anger and resentment increased. The birth of an Alpha was unexpected. Lee discovered what Al-Ghul had been plotting, and word spread quicker than light. Furious at the allegations put against people of his kind, he decided to fire back to keep the humans away from werewolves. No trace of them should be near their territories in neither day or night. Since then, gaps had grown between friends and communities.
Readers who wish to experience this intriguing book can purchase "Forbidden Entries" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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