Black Leopard, Red Wolf
Black Leopard, red wolf – tracker is known so much and wide for his skills as a hunter. And he perpetually works alone. But once he’s engaged to search out a baby who disappeared 3 years past. He should break his own rules, joining a group of eight terribly completely different mercenaries operating together to find the boy.
Following the lost boy’s scent from one ancient town to a different, into dense forests and across deep rivers, Tracker starts to wonder: who is this boy? Why has he been missing for so long? Why do numerous individuals need to stay huntsman from finding him? And most vital of all, who is telling the truth and who is lying? Drawing from vivid African history and mythology, Marlon James weaves a saga of breath-taking adventure and powerful intrigue – a mesmerizing, unique meditation on the nature of truth and power.
About the Author
Marlon James is the author of the NY Times bestseller a short History of Seven Killings, Books which are named as “Book of the Night Women”, and also “John Crow’s Devil”.
A Brief History of Seven Killings won the person booker Prize. The American Book Award and therefore the Anisfield-Wolf Award for Fiction. And was a contender for the National Book Critics Circle Award. The Book of Night Women won the Minnesota Book Award and was a contender for the National Book Critics Circle Award. As well as the NAACP Image Award. Marlon James is a professor at Macalester College in St Paul. He seprates his time between the state of Minnesota and the city new york.
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