Cameroon

Books in this genre are set in or about Cameroon.

Behold the Dreamers
Houseboy
La Saison de l'ombre
The Poor Christ of Bomba
Mission to Kala
Mango Elephants in the Sun: How Life in an African Village Let Me Be in My Skin
The Informationist (Vanessa Michael Munroe, #1)
Cameroon with Egbert
The Sacred Door and Other Stories: Cameroon Folktales of the Beba
Your Madness, Not Mine: Stories of Cameroon
The Innocent Anthropologist: Notes from a Mud Hut
The Old Man and the Medal
The Fortune-Tellers
The Bafut Beagles
L'intérieur de la nuit
Things Fall Apart by Chinua AchebeThe Poisonwood Bible by Barbara KingsolverHalf of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieHeart of Darkness by Joseph ConradCry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton
Africa (fiction and nonfiction)
1,434 books — 1,541 voters

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieWhat the Earl Desires by Aliyah BurkeOf Fear and Faith by N.D. JonesA Respectable Trade by Philippa GregoryHer Reluctant Viscount by Aliyah Burke
Africans in Romance
38 books — 9 voters

Things Fall Apart by Chinua AchebeHalf of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieThe Poisonwood Bible by Barbara KingsolverCutting for Stone by Abraham   VergheseThe No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
Fictitious Africa
413 books — 234 voters
The Last Twilight by Marjorie M. LiuWild Seed by Octavia E. ButlerSerpent's Kiss by Thea HarrisonEternal Kiss of Darkness by Jeaniene FrostJane Unwrapped by Leah Rooper
Paranormal Romance Set in Africa
19 books — 10 voters


Nigel Barley
I had made an early policy decision to drink the native beer despite the undoubted horrors of the process of fabrication. On my very first visit to a Dowayo beer party, this was put severely to the test. "Will you have beer?" I was asked. "Beer is furrowed," I replied, having got the tones wrong. "He said 'yes' ", my assistant replied in a tired voice. They were amazed. No white man, at this time, had ever been known to touch beer. Seizing a calabash, they proceeded to wash it out in deference t ...more
Nigel Barley, The Innocent Anthropologist: Notes from a Mud Hut

Léonora Miano
The shadow drives communities to conflict, pushes people to flee their native lands. Once time will have gone by and moons will have followed on moons, who will retain the memory of all these displacements? In Bebayedi, yet-unborn generations will learn that their ancestors had to run away to save themselves from predators. They will learn why these huts are built over streams. They will be told: Madness took hold of the world but some people refused to live in darkness. You are the descendants ...more
Léonora Miano

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