Get thrilled with a thrilling African adventure in “A Place of Fun and Evil”
To the teenagers in Buran, it is holiday fun,but to some adult farmers and land owners, it is fun gone too far. Boundaries are broken, lines are crossed and unfortunately an American Catholic priest is viciously murdered on New Year’s Eve.
The authorities are weak to act. A few farmers take matters into their hands. The approach they use is down right unorthodox, primitive and unconventional. Anger, mysticism, black magic, witchcraft and superstition combine with deadly force. The atmosphere becomes tense. Fear grips Buran and young lives are lost…
Action packed and down right humorous, Journalist; Larry Bate Takang’s “A Place of Fun and Evil”, is a smooth mixture of tragedy and comedy in a superb narration of events where the love for adventure and fun exposes Buran’s teenage holiday makers to the strangest and most absurd encounters with the “forces of evil”. When Witches and Wizards come into play, the consequences are bizarre and deadly. In “A Place of fun and Evil”, you learn how far some people would go to avenge little deeds by children. It also gives you enough to laugh over.
This is a novel full of true African adventures. In A Place of Fun and Evil, you will be taken on a ride to scenes that resemble those of an Indiana Jones Movie.
-“A thrilling reading spiced with in-depth humour” (Calbona)
-“A Fascinating narration with a very unique style” (African Celebrities Magazine)
-“No better way to tell a really interesting story” (The Reporter)
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