Full of humor, drama and fantasy, revealing the exploits of Lit E, a successful, young African-American businessman who travels to Africa to experience his ancestry firsthand. It's hands-on he wants, and his prayers are answered, as he collides head-to-head, face-to-face in an all-too-real slave saga. Touring the slave quarters and indoctrination center, Lit meets surreal character Harriet Tugman, cousin of Harriet Tubman, freer of slaves. From there, he is swiftly sucked into the dimension of African Slavery, at the hands of American and European slave owners and masters. His speech even changes to “slave speak” dialect of those around him. In search of the sadistic slave indoctrinator, Willie Lynch, Lit's is a sacred mission to destroy the bastard and bring him to justice. Lit's unique, divinely-inspired gift – He can enter bodies and souls and exact poetic revenge on soulless slave merchants. At Lit's coaxing, slave traders wither and degenerate into ugly old, helpless goats. The one credo Lit must follow: He is not to do anything that would alter history. No direct interaction with those whom he encounters from the slave era, which would change history's course. Lit becomes one with Tugman, literally sharing her soul and her body, as he's transported into the violent hell of 19th century African slavery. Thereon, he is essentially transformed into a body-occupying undercover agent, jumping, literally, from Harriet Tugman's body and soul then inside the dark heart of the most infamous evil-doers of the dark ages of African slavery. Seeking retribution, his small but significant contribution to avenging the wrongs of 400 years of ruthless African slave trading and merciless exploitation. Incredible twist ending will bring out the “animal” in readers and leave them howling, barking, yelping and neighing for more!
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Adventures of the ScapeGoat Episode 1: Retribution
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