[PDF] Download ☆ My Two Selves and I | by ✓ Kudakwashe Muzira

By Kudakwashe Muzira | Comments: ( 164 ) | Date: ( Oct 23, 2019 )

Of three brothers, only one must live, if all three want to live, they have to live as one.Danai gives birth to triplets According to the law of her people, two of the triplets must die Danai decides to go against this law With her daughter s help, she hides two of her triplets and pretends she gave birth to one baby She knows she will die if her secret comes out SheOf three brothers, only one must live, if all three want to live, they have to live as one.Danai gives birth to triplets According to the law of her people, two of the triplets must die Danai decides to go against this law With her daughter s help, she hides two of her triplets and pretends she gave birth to one baby She knows she will die if her secret comes out She not only has to keep the secret from the outside world, but also from her husband As the triplets grow, the secret becomes difficult to keep.


  • Title: My Two Selves and I
  • Author: Kudakwashe Muzira
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Kudakwashe Muzira

I fell in love with writing while I was at school I quit my job as a graphics designer to concentrate on my writing I believe that restricting myself to a genre will limit my creativity If I get a good idea for a story, I will go for it whether it is sci fi, crime, children s or paranormal.I am currently working on a political sci fi thriller I call Electronic Gags , which I hope to finish in January.



Comments My Two Selves and I

  • Lorraine

    I enjoyed the read very much. I've ventured into African mystic/ancestors and have begun to read books on it.This particular read was interesting because it emphasizes that superstitions are purely man made. Made to scare a people into doing what the originator wants. To paralyse a people into submission. To prevent a people from changing and evolving as the environment changes.I gather that multiple births were not encouraged in the beginning because of the scarcity of resources. Food. Shelter. [...]


  • Cherei

    As Americans we sometimes forget that other country's peoples live entirely different lives than what we do here. The story is about a young mother who gives birth to triplets but, in their culture the custom is to only allow the first baby born to live. Multiple babies only means that the midwife will have to kill any baby born after the first one. The mother has her babies at home with only the aid of her young daughter. They then must hide the "extra" baby's from the rest of the family even [...]


  • Clarissa Simmens

    The Jenas are a gentle yet intelligent family with a rebel mother and fiery sister who decide that love is more important than obeying the village ancestors' law: twins and triplets are part of the first-born's soul, therefore not allowed to live. This book will affect each person in a different way. To me--a lover of Folklore, Mythology and Fairy Tales—it was like having a beloved bedtime book read on a moonlit night. Kudakwashe Muzira's voice is logical and comforting, even when the tension [...]


  • Tumelo Moleleki

    This book has a wonderful plot that questions the sheep-like following of rules that tribes on the African continent and even other continents have been happy to embrace for centuries. Following rules without questioning them shows a lack of intelligence and a mentality of robots. I am aware of a few customs or practices that many tribes today still practice without question, even when they realize that they are unjust or make no sense and some are even cruel. This book is an ideal recommendatio [...]


  • Greer Noble

    One of my best reads this year! This is a wonderful, intriguing suspense novel. Danai’s people believe multiple births share one soul and they believe it is a taboo to let all babies live. Only the first born triplet and first born twin is allowed to live. The other twin and the other triplets have to be killed. When Danai gives birth to triplets she and her daughter decide to let all the babies live, a crime that is punishable by death. They have to hide two of the babies and let everyone thi [...]


  • Valeria Jane

    This is a nice story set back in time and place. Funnily enough, I've been reading a quite different book (The Ian Fleming Files Operation Parsifal by Damian Stevenson) and both dedicated quite a bit of space to the invention and technique of the crossbow! In this story, a woman had triplet boys and she and her daughter (really at the young daughter's insistance) defy the tradition whereby only the firstborn would be allowed to survive. The boys grow up going out only once every three dayseir fi [...]


  • Chantal Bellehumeur

    "My two selves and I" was a very original story.It started off with a woman giving birth to triplets in a society were it was believed that babies born together shared the same soul and only ONE body was allowed to live. Because the mom disobeyed a law and kept all three babies rather than killing two, the story became quite comical as the identical brothers with the same name had to keep their secret from everyone, even when they had girlfriends. It was only a matter of time before major confus [...]


  • Phil Patterson

    The book is about three brothers who with the rest of their family have a secret to keep from the rest of their village. As they grow up the secret of their triplet status becomes harder to keep so the family try to gain favour with the King in an attempt for his to change the cultural beliefs of the village.The book is a feel good story, is enjoyable and is well worth the read.


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