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Siege Of Utuopia

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The chaos that befalls the world pushed the globe to a transformative state. The protagonist Munene steps in as a pacifying force to bring stability after a rein of terror in Siege Of Utuopia (THE MOTHER CITY OF THE WORLD) About The Book The chaos that befalls the world pushed the globe to a transformative

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The chaos that befalls the world pushed the globe to a transformative state. The protagonist Munene steps in as a pacifying force to bring stability after a rein of terror in Siege Of Utuopia (THE MOTHER CITY OF THE WORLD)
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The chaos that befalls the world pushed the globe to a transformative state. The protagonist Munene steps in as a pacifying force to bring stability after a rein of terror in Siege Of Utuopia (THE MOTHER CITY OF THE WORLD)
About The Author
Poetic Laureate Gregory Mwendwa (Poet Greg) was born on early 90s, he comes from Kenya, Makueni County in Kiima Kiu Kalanzoni Ward Mbon doni village. He’s Married to Linet Mutinda and blessed with a daughter Ella Mutheu Mwendwa, He’s a strong believer in Christian Ethics and Principles.
He’s a holder Of Bachelor’s degree in Education Science Physics/Chemis try from Machakos University 2019 among other academic certificates.
Gregory engaged in field of Poetry back in 2009 while in form three in Secondary and kept his dream of publishing his works of poetry until now. His great endeavor is to make poetry in current and upcoming centuries communicative to the audience with less ambiguity.
Gregory runs a foundation of Gregory Poetry (The GPF) in digital space and has a poetry page in Facebook called Gregory Poetry with the Logo inscribed (Biblical Poetry for Eternity).

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