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eBook TUTUOBA: SALEM'S BLACK SHANGO SLAVE QUEEN epub
  • ISBN: 1419669370
  • Author: Prince Justice
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (June 4, 2007)
  • Pages: 408 pages
  • ePUB size: 1610 kb
  • FB2 size 1200 kb
  • Formats mobi mbr txt lit


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Author: Prince Justice. TUTUOBA is the fascinating story of a young woman and her reincarnation, having to survive similar desperate struggles against rich powerful enemies. Violently uprooted from Africa, she is persecuted in Jamaica, before being shipped to Boston, MA where she is tried for witchcraft, but despite all TUTUOBA knows she has to survive by all means necessary! Download TUTUOBA: SALEM'S BLACK SHANGO SLAVE QUEEN by Prince Justice free. TUTUOBA: SALEM'S BLACK SHANGO SLAVE QUEEN by Prince Justice fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.

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Items related to TUTUOBA: SALEM'S BLACK SHANGO SLAVE QUEEN. Prince Justice TUTUOBA: SALEM'S BLACK SHANGO SLAVE QUEEN. ISBN 13: 9781419669378. Prince Justice is a British Born Yoruba Social scientist, wrote and resides in New York Tri-State area, London and New York. The author of the non-fiction book, THE BLACKWORLD: EVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION - a book that covers all major Black communities - TUTUOBA is the first of a completed trilogy that breaks down the vast time period and issues addressed in THE BLACKWORLD for those that don't read non-fiction.

TUTUOBA is the fascinating story of a young woman and her reincarnation, having to survive similar desperate struggles against rich powerful enemies

TUTUOBA is the fascinating story of a young woman and her reincarnation, having to survive similar desperate struggles against rich powerful enemies. Violently uprooted from Africa, she is persecuted in Jamaica, before being shipped to Boston, MA where she is tried for witchcraft, but despite all TUTUOBA knows she has to survive by all means necessary.

TUTUOBA is the fascinating story of a young woman and her reincarnation, having to survive similar desperate struggles against rich powerful enemies. Violently uprooted from Africa, she is persecuted in Jamaica, before being shipped to Boston, MA where she is tried for witchcraft, but despite all TUTUOBA knows she has to survive by all means necessary!
Comments: (5)
LadyShlak
Tutoba is the story of a woman who has survived being snatched from her family in Africa and taken through the Middle Passage to Jamaica where through her powers she is able to lead a slave revolt. She ends up in Salem in the 1600's and is tried as a witch. The story is exciting. The characters are rich and alive. The true history of the times is woven into the story and we feel as though we are actually there. The powers that Tutu have are interesting and unusual. They definitely get her out of a lot of bad situations.
Tutoba is introduced to us in the modern times and then we are taken back to her ancestoral times as we live her story. At the end we are brought back to modern times. I look forward to reading more about modern Tuto in Prince Justice's next book.
I enjoyed this book and I recommend it to those of you who enjoy an excitng, interesting story.
GODMAX
Excellently written and rivetting.
Wishamac
Tutuoba Salem's Black Shango Queen by Prince Justice is a fictional account of the occurrences that led to the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts. In the 1600s, a young Tutuoba was striped of her family and native African land at the hands of slave traders which ultimately landed her in Boston, Massachusetts, in the custody of a minister, Samuel Parris, who had been sent to Africa to convert its inhabitants to the ways of Christianity. It was through his teachings that he had known Tutuoba and their relationship, rooted from the atrocities he had witnessed with her during her childhood, was not that of the typical master and slave. One such example is how instrumental she became in the church, led by Parris, where she taught Sunday school while in Boston. When the children of the church became afflicted with seizures, they were diagnosed as being caused by evil spirits and through questioning of them, Tutu was the accused and assumed to be a witch. Unknown to her accusers and their families, Tutu's perceived evil had more to do with a desire for justice and equality for her fellow Africans.

The modern day, reincarnated Tutuoba faced a destiny she was unable to fulfill in her previous life. Various challenges threatened to quell her mission. Her mother's fears coupled with her father's personal beliefs and even a knowledgeable airport employee comprised the beginning of her struggles, but a determined Tutu understood how important she would be to her people if she obtained an advanced law degree. Would Tutuoba overcome her past failure? Or would she make the same mistakes, leaving her destiny unfulfilled?

While I found the storyline intriguing, I felt overburdened with historical details that I was not interested in. This is not to the discredit of the author though. It is apparent a lot of research was done and great care taken to create a story that deals with the harsh realities of slavery, religion, and wealth that can be appreciated by readers who have a better understanding of that time period. I would have liked to read more about the reincarnated Tutu, who attempted to overcome things she could not in her previous life with the usage of current societal ills as her motivation. Maybe that is still probable as the ending leads this open to possibility. I found the characters engaging and the author was sure to provide, in great detail, all of their varied perspectives without prejudice. The editing needs to be polished as there were quite a few misplaced commas and words used repeatedly. Still, I loved reading Tutuoba and have been turned on to another genre that I will definitely explore. I recommend Tutuoba to readers who enjoy thorough, well-plotted, historical fiction.

Reviewed by Darnetta Frazier
APOOO BookClub
Mohn
Prince Justice takes us through a tale of a young woman's reincarnation in the story "Tutuoba". It's a very fast paced book that will keep you going with every turn of the page. As you are reading the book you learn about Tutuoba's trials and tribulation and all of the pain that she endures. A great page turner for all.

Thanks for sharing Prince Justice!!!
Gralmeena
The book denies that the Yoruba and fellow African victims of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade suffered thus because of the violation of God's laws which were even revealed to the Yoruba people by Ela. The author tried to promote idolatory by referring to the offering of sacrifices (fruits) to lifeless idols and attributing salvation of the main character and the slaves to Sango. Rather, the author as a Yoruba man ought to know that the Yoruba tradition recognizes Ela (El) as our Redeemer and Saviour and that He taught us to give glory to God rather than the orisha. Yes, all glory, honour and power belong to God.
Also, fornication is against iwa pele and iwa rere or good character, but the author presents it like it is godly.
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