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Timbuktu Chronicles: Aida and the Chosen Soldier

Narrated by: Jack Michael Stacey
Length: 11 hrs and 12 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Mali Empire, 1312 A.D. A disgraced soldier and a dangerous child witch are assigned the perilous task of saving the empire from dark forces invading from another realm. As the two battle assassins and beasts dispatched to stop them, they must also find a way to set aside their own animosity towards each other. 

While the soldier questions why he, among all others, was chosen for this task, the empire hides a chilling secret from him, which if revealed, could spell the doom of man for all eternity. With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, the witch also hides a secret, which if exposed, could destroy the empire’s faith in her and dash the hopes of man forever.

©2010 Anthony Nana Kwamu (P)2019 Anthony Nana Kwamu

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Wow... A True African Fantasy!

This was an amazing story. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I bought it but boy was I transported into an amazing world. This story keeps you on your toes and puts you in the feel of Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings. I really enjoyed the narration as it felt spot on for this kind of fantasy tale. I hope to read more from this author soon!

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Inappropriate

Narrator was not appropriate for the tale of an African warrior, child and their struggle for survival.

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