Dubaku

Dubaku Edward M. Erdelac
  • Title: Dubaku
  • Author: Edward M. Erdelac
  • ISBN: 9781615720231
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dubaku Edward M. Erdelac Dubaku In somewhere near the Bight of Benin an African shaman belonging to an obscure interior tribe surrenders himself willingly to an English slaving expedition This man Dubaku has come in search o
    In 1760 somewhere near the Bight of Benin, an African shaman belonging to an obscure interior tribe surrenders himself willingly to an English slaving expedition This man, Dubaku, has come in search of his wife, abducted and sold to another party of whites Not knowing one ship from another, Dubaku boards the slaver hoping to find her The captain, a cruel and careless maIn 1760 somewhere near the Bight of Benin, an African shaman belonging to an obscure interior tribe surrenders himself willingly to an English slaving expedition This man, Dubaku, has come in search of his wife, abducted and sold to another party of whites Not knowing one ship from another, Dubaku boards the slaver hoping to find her The captain, a cruel and careless man named Bryce, mistrusts him immediately, and when a rampant sickness takes its toll on the superstitious crew and their human cargo midway through the voyage to Jamaica, Bryce decides to offer up Dubaku as their Jonah After a violent squall drowns the entire compliment of would be slaves, Dubaku calls upon dark and terrible powers to enact a fitting vengeance on Captain Bryce and his men.
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      Edward M. Erdelac

    About Edward M. Erdelac


    1. Edward M Erdelac is the author of the acclaimed Judeocentric Lovecraftian weird western series Merkabah Rider, Buff Tea from Texas Review Press, Coyote s Trail from Comet Press, Terovolas from JournalStone Publishing, and Andersonville from Random House Hydra His fiction has appeared in DEADCORE, Corrupts Absolutely , Danse Macabre from EDGE Publishing, Murky Depths Magazine, Kaiju Rising, World War Cthulhu, the Stoker Award winning After Death, and in the pages of Star Wars Insider magazine among others.Born in Indiana, educated in Chicago, he lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and a bona fide slew of kids and cats.


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    1. Dubaku is a short 40 someodd pages , fast paced horror story set on a 1790 s slave ship The protagonist, for whom the book is named, surrenders himself willingly to slavers in the hope of rejoining his wife, who had been sold into slavery by her own people as punishment for her marriage to Dubaku A couple weeks packed into the ship s hold with hundreds of sick, malnourished, abused and dying slaves awakens him to a harsh reality none of them are likely to survive, and his chances of rejoining hi [...]

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