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It begins with the reunion of Imaro and his kidnapped lover Tanisha, who has been taken to the ruined City of Madness. With the help of their new found friend Pomphis, a Pygmay from the eastern forests of Nyumbani, they learn of the sorcerous forces that may have been behind the dark wizard that destroyed Imaro's youth.

The trio goes to Mavindi, the port capital of the Eastern Coastal kingdom of Azania, in search of the legendary Kingdom of Cush, where Imaro hopes to find answers to the questions that have plagued his life. Who is he? Who was his father, and why was he seemingly cursed, and hounded from birth by forces beyond his control.

©2007 Charles Saunders (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Raymond D. Miller
  • 04-06-18

Can't find stories like this any more!

Less feminist than Wakanda, but close to good Conan. Needs more strong women.

If you like T'Challa, the will hold you over until Black Panther 2.

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  • marcus
  • 12-08-16

my new fav author. great read/listen.

will be looking for his other works...both fiction and non fiction. very relatable. as a fan of r a salvatore; stumbling into charles saunders has been a great breath of fresh air. its great to see be introduced to black skined character who is not slave or overtly evil.

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  • chris richards
  • 28-03-16

Imaro!

can't wait for third book on audio release. for a book that was written almost 30 year ago it was very entertaining