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Bountiful Famine - A Novel by Sheg Aranmolate
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Dec 12, 11

it was amazing

Sheg Aranmolate is a promising author leading us to the very roots of his identity through the protagonist, called Nadus (you'll learn why at the end) into African savannah and its picturesque inhabitants. The language is rich, baroque at times but could it be any different when dealing with the thousands of colours and smells of Africa?
Nadus experiences the good and bad sides (VERY bad sometimes) of life in the wilderness up until the surprising finale, which lends a completely new flavour to his story and clarifies certain points such as the exciting initial dream sequence.
You'll love this book especially if you're fond of classical African literature.

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