Èsù is without a doubt, the most fascinating, astute and unpredictable of all Yorùbá Orishas. Central to Yorùbá Orisha religion, Èsù is known as a divine messenger who is a mediator between man, the Orishas and the Supreme God Olódùmarè-Òlóòrun. He is also known as an instigator of intrigues and trickster Orisha. In this collection of tales, Èsù takes center stage, as the main protagonist, where the reader will experience two sides of this enigmatic Orisha: the good and the bad, which are presented in a spirited form. Tales of Èsù: Yorùbá Divine Messenger and trickster Orisha are stories based on the African Yorùbá oral tradition of storytelling, which portrays the escapades and folly of this divine Orisha, utilizing a modern touch and simple language. Èsù, as the first Orisha, is well-worshipped and extremely respected in Yorùbáland because he is literally present in everything; in nature, in objects and in the physical human body. For this reason, Èsù is present in the majority of stories related to an infinite number of topics, as well as his relationship with the other Orishas in the Yorùbá pantheon. In this collection, Alex Cuoco presents 80 fascinating Èsù tales that are retold with great skill and rhythm, in which Èsù appears at his best, in various forms: as a trickster, messenger, instigator, officer and enforcer of the laws of Òrun (Heaven), as well as moderator, master-punisher, advisor, mediator, helper and administrator. The variety of themes of these tales affords the reader an acquaintance with the good and mischievous aspects of Èsù. The reader will also experience Èsù's sexual appetite and unusual sense of humor, which when combined, become a prominent aspect of Èsù's explosive and surprising personality. In this manner, Tales of Èsù offers the reader the opportunity to gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of Èsù's character and his divine Àse (Power).