Courtesy of Satta Kendor

Satta Kendor’s debut novel Liberty & Justice: Chapter 1: The Flashdrive was launched in 2022. The ebook seems to be into crime and the way everybody has flaws, even Christians.

As a proud Christian, Satta Kendor wouldn’t be the individual anticipated to jot down a collection in regards to the seedy underbelly of Christianity, however her debut novel tackles simply that. 

Writer, NIU graduate and Northern Star alumn Satta Kendor’s novel “Liberty & Justice: Episode 1: The Flashdrive” is the primary in her new “Liberty & Justice” collection which covers Kendor’s concept that nobody, not even one in command of the church, is ideal. 

“I wished to get that info on the market,” Kendor mentioned. “Christians are alleged to be these excellent folks, however we’re not. I’ve had some dangerous experiences within the church. I believed I used to be supposed to come back as I’m. You’re not supposed to evaluate me for no matter you’re judging me for. That’s what I wished to place on the market, that Christians should not these ‘holier than thou’ folks.” 

Kendor emphasizes the ways in which Christianity may be tainted by the folks in command of these non secular establishments. 

“We’re not excellent,” Kendor mentioned. “Learn the again of the ebook, ‘there’s a stigma that the leaders of the Christian church are excellent folks.’ We’re not practically excellent folks. I need folks to know that even folks within the church may be criminals too.”

The criminality that Kendor talks about is displayed in a bunch within the novel referred to as the Community. The Community is a drug empire that takes medication from America to Africa after which launders the cash through an intricate setup of steps, banks and other people.

“The Liberty and Justice couple, Aminata Smith and Pastor Sahele, run a multimillionaire Christian journal and church enterprise. There’s this method that they use to commit these prison actions referred to as the Community,” Kendor mentioned. “This can be a ebook about deception and twists, the place the Community loses a vital machine, a flashdrive, that holds all the Community’s necessary info, like codes. The Community is so secretive that due to their codes, their timing is off.”

Kendor reiterated the stakes at play with this flashdrive. It’s of utmost significance to the Community to get it again into their palms and get all the things again working once more.

“Inside 1 / 4, their prison exercise would cease as a result of there wouldn’t be a method to entry their funds and get into the completely different personal institutions. So, there’s a hunt to seek out this flashdrive,” Kendor mentioned.

The ebook is a fast and compelling learn, at solely 156 pages. Kendor’s vitality is dynamic and hasty. At factors, her prose might get slowed down by her massive concepts or extra literal use of language, however the plot drives the ebook ahead. Its transient web page depend permits the novel no room to stray from the energetic and kinetic story that jumps from perspective to perspective.

Every chapter chooses a special character to give attention to. This particularly pushes the ebook alongside because the chapters are only a few pages every – with 57 chapters in a ebook of 156 pages. The frenetic vitality is the ebook’s best function. 

All of this vitality builds as much as the following novel, which Kendor is presently engaged on. 

“The following ebook is known as ‘Liberty and Justice Chapter 2: Jehovah the Physician,’” Kendor mentioned. “The ebook will get just a little presidential too within the subsequent chapter. As you already know it’s about organized crime, so the president will get concerned within the plots. That’s all to be informed within the subsequent ebook.”

Kendor desires to complete the following ebook within the collection someday this 12 months and get it revealed in 2023. Within the meantime, take a look at “Liberty & Justice: Episode 1: The Flashdrive” which is on the market on-line on Amazon, each in paperback and e-book kind. 

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