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The Song of Babalowa the Song of Babalowa - Keating, Robert E.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Publishamerica, 278 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=16mm, Gew.=413gr, [GR: 21200 - TB/Belletristik/Kriminalromane], [SW: - Fiction - Espionage / Thriller], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: In a chance encounter in New Orleans, young Lamar Walker meets the aging Ola Quimby, a highly revered teacher living out in the Great Cypress Swamp. Lamar is running away from a crime he didnat commit and Ola uses stories of her heroic ancestors to help the boy overcome his fears. Ola is a descendent of Babalowa, a priestess of ancient Yoruba in Africa. The song of Babalowa was known to both Ola and Lamar and while they struggle to find the common thread, Lamaras pursuers draw closer by the hour. Olaas stories begin with the voyage of a slave ship and continue throughout various campaigns in the American Revolution. Blacks who fought for both the British and the Americans fall into the puzzle of Lamaras past. The novelas surprise conclusion is revealed only after a modern-day courtroom drama and a narrow escape at the hands of the antagonists. In a chance encounter in New Orleans, young Lamar Walker meets the aging Ola Quimby, a highly revered teacher living out in the Great Cypress Swamp. Lamar is running away from a crime he didnat commit and Ola uses stories of her heroic ancestors to help the boy overcome his fears. Ola is a descendent of Babalowa, a priestess of ancient Yoruba in Africa. The song of Babalowa was known to both Ola and Lamar and while they struggle to find the common thread, Lamaras pursuers draw closer by the hour. Olaas stories begin with the voyage of a slave ship and continue throughout various campaigns in the American Revolution. Blacks who fought for both the British and the Americans fall into the puzzle of Lamaras past. The novelas surprise conclusion is revealed only after a modern-day courtroom drama and a narrow escape at the hands of the antagonists.

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In a chance encounter in New Orleans, young Lamar Walker meets the aging Ola Quimby, a highly revered teacher living out in the Great Cypress Swamp. Lamar is running away from a crime he didnat commit and Ola uses stories of her heroic ancestors to help the boy overcome his fears. Ola is a descendent of Babalowa, a priestess of ancient Yoruba in Africa. The song of Babalowa was known to both Ola and Lamar and while they struggle to find the common thread, Lamaras pursuers draw closer by the hour. Olaas stories begin with the voyage of a slave ship and continue throughout various campaigns in the American Revolution. Blacks who fought for both the British and the Americans fall into the puzzle of Lamaras past. The novelas surprise conclusion is revealed only after a modern-day courtroom drama and a narrow escape at the hands of the antagonists.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781413758894
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1413758894
Paperback
Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: Publishamerica
278 Pages
Weight: 0,413 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781413758894

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-4137-5889-4, 978-1-4137-5889-4


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