Drumming and Dancing to Doom
Follow the lively adventures of Tee-Te and Julius, childhood friends from Awunaga in Kumasi, Ghana, who are "cultural entertainment artists." The two take a trip to research the practice of voodoo at fetish village in Benin, where one of the chief's fetish priest's thirteen wives falls in love with Tee-Te. High drama and escapades ensue as Tee-Te and Julius must escape being sacrificed to the gods of the tribe. Upon returning home, the young men journey down a path of artistic endeavors and challenges, including an experience in England for Tee-Te that will change his life forever. Uniquely rich with culture and story, Drumming and Dancing to Doom is an exciting and poignant reading experience. About the Author: Paul de Kanff grew up in Ghana and lives in London, where he is a retired post office Letters Manager. He was motivated to write Drumming and Dancing to Doom by the arrival of the South African's Epitome troupe, and other African cultural groups, to England in the 1970s. Mr. de Kanff is writing his next novel. publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/PaulDeKanff
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