The Last Harmattan of Alusine Dunbar
In a chimerical world of illusion and truth, fired by a language that challenges the imagination, this book tells the story of a Sierra Leone-like country, from the time of the freed black American slaves who returned to Africa.
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Book One 1 The Magic Lantern
The Spotted Navel of the ScorpionWoman
The Sweet Potato Plague
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