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Publisher's Summary

This carefully researched audiobook is a significant addition to this vital fold of knowledge. It sets forth, in fascinating detail, the history, from earliest recorded times, of the black races of the Middle East and Africa.
©2017 BN Publishing (P)2017 BN Publishing

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greatness

greatness in a book, alot of insight from the past, to help future Generations, salute

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Very Insightful

Amazing research created this book. I love the way historic events coincide and eventuate in logical explanations for several phenomena.
I'm gonna reread with a bible and a map at hand.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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good story bad reader

The reader of this book stumbled a total of 8 times and on the fifth time he actually drops the F bomb!? highly unprofessional and even more so for the editor who left the stumbles in the audio book! The grade of the book itself is of high value with all of the treasured information poured in to this masterpiece however the grade of this book has to be reduced because of its poor performer and poor editor. still I would, despite the flubs, highly recommend this book if you don't have the time to actually buy the hard copy.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Narrator unprofessional

Narrator stumbles and drops an F bomb in chapter 8 around 24:05. This is very unprofessional and should not have been tolerated or published. Additionally, there are many mispronunciations and the narrator seems rushed and uninterested in the content. I will be very hesitant about listening to any other titles by this narrator, Joseph Kent.

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Undisputable is this account of man kind.

To deniegh the facts along with the hypothesis . is indeed a bigots right, a no brainer are laid out on the table as to the identity of the desendants of The true Asians.

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very informative,

Without a shadow of doubt, the real Jews are so called negros, and it's white scholars as well that confirmed these facts, so people ant sah it's crazy racist black people creating stories💯

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Find other Authors

This Author has put a black face on white lies. He was probably supported by the same people that he alleges to correct.

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Great Book

Good reference of information about the true Hebrew Israelite and there scattering over the world.

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More Research coming

Very good read! I will be reading this again and doing a lot more Research.

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No cussing!

Good inflection and pace. If not for the several mispronunciations (too many to be overlooked) and the cuss word (only once, but one too many), this narrator would have received 5 stars.

Thank you for making this book available for listening!

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  • Miss Dorothy Walters
  • 02-04-18

From Babylon to Timbuktu

I really enjoyed listening to your book. It's very interesting and informative. I appreciate the extensive work and research put into this book. Dorothy