Child of a Slave
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The struggles of African Slaves for their liberation in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries is not as well documented as it ought to be.

This is as a result of the fact that almost all of the documentation keepers back then were also the facilitators or benefactors of slavery.

Throughout time however, many of the remaining remnants of the slave trade had helped historians pieced together many missing events that had occurred during slavery, and have since drafted those information into factual documentations or books of speculations.
However, none had ever illustrated the detailed struggles of a named slave from his hunted village in ancient Ghana to the sugar plantations of the British West Indies, in the way that Guyanese-born Author Dennis Adonis have told it within the pages of this coveted book.

Child of a Slave is the historic documentation of the first African chief to have hunted down the slave traders from their bases in ancient Africa to their commercial fortresses in the West Indies.