New Book, “Fons of War and Death,” Breaks Through Societal Boundaries

Posted on June 26, 2012 by Bobby Bernshausen | 0 Comments

In Ben Kuah’s new novel, Fons of War and Death, three unlikely heroes set out on a journey that will put their lives in balance.

Kintari was summoned to death by his parents due to a congenital defect, believed by the town to be a “ghost.” However, due to a sympathetic childless midwife, his life was spared. Raising him up closer to lions than humans, the midwife planned for the day Kintari would be discovered.

Melalia and Sahinda were two girls from diverse backgrounds. One is a princess with a deathly curse, the other Kintari’s twin sister uninformed of her other half. After the discovery and return of Kintari, events will unfold that bring the three characters together.

Ben Kuah lived a fun childhood, but struggled with the limitations of his homeland as an adult. Because of his experiences, Kuah speaks out against people who threaten the freedom of others. He is the host of a weekly program called “The Ben Kuah Show,” focusing on the stealth maintenance of the French Colonial Empire in Africa. He is also the Editor of

Fons of War and Death is available in softcover (ISBN 978-1-62137-064-2) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-62137-065-9) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom.  More information can be found at the author’s website,

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