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Black Leopard, Red Wolf In The First Novel In Marlon James S Dark Star Trilogy, Myth, Fantasy, And History Come Together To Explore What Happens When A Mercenary Is Hired To Find A Missing Child Tracker Is Known Far And Wide For His Skills As A Hunter He Has A Nose, People Say Engaged To Track Down A Mysterious Boy Who Disappeared Three Years Earlier, Tracker Breaks His Own Rule Of Always Working Alone When He Finds Himself Part Of A Group That Comes Together To Search For The Boy The Band Is A Hodgepodge, Full Of Unusual Characters With Secrets Of Their Own, Including A Shape Shifting Man Animal Known As LeopardDrawing From African History And Mythology And His Own Rich Imagination, Marlon James Has Written An Adventure That S Also An Ambitious, Involving Read Defying Categorization And Full Of Unforgettable Characters, Black Leopard, Red Wolf Explores The Fundamentals Of Truths, The Limits Of Power, The Excesses Of Ambition, And Our Need To Understand Them All


10 thoughts on “Black Leopard, Red Wolf

  1. jessica jessica says:

    NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NO THANK YOU NOPE to say this isnt for me is an understatement, but to claim this is a book for the masses is just a straight up lie this has been pitched as one of the most buzz worthy books of 2019 and i had really high hopes for this but it takes a very particu


  2. Roxane Roxane says:

    This book is a lot a labyrinth within a maze, an enigma within a conundrum Beautifully intense prose that doesn t allow for lazy reading Immense physicality a very embodied narrative The length is a lot I don t mind a long book but if you re expecting this to be a traditional fantasy novel you re go


  3. karen karen says:

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for BEST FANTASY 2019 what will happen as you can see, i am very far behind in my reading challenge, and this book is largely to blame i have been looking forward to this book for a whole year, and i d planned on spending the day of its release reading all 620 pa


  4. Chaima ✨ شيماء Chaima ✨ شيماء says:

    book is an epic fantasy me hm okbook is set in a fantasy version of Africa and is deeply rooted in African mythology, complete with vampires, witches, necromancers, shape shifters and double crossing ex boyfriends while on a mercenary job me oh shit ohgh fuck


  5. Emma Emma says:

    It seems rather simplistic to say the book isn t enjoyable, especially since I doubt that s what the author was aiming for in the first place, but it s certainly no easy fare either way While it s sold as a fantasy novel, it s styled in the vein of the classical poetic tradition, an inventive and challenging blend o


  6. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    I surrender.I can handle many things as a reader The highly stylized, dense prose, when you don t really understand what s going on but just have to immerse yourself in a narrative until it starts making sense All the raping and gore and general fixation on penis as THE center of everyone s world.Messiness of time lines.Ja


  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I felt oddly removed from this book at the beginning, and by the end I was crying every other page So there s that.


  8. Read By RodKelly Read By RodKelly says:

    By now, one can easily identify certain features that define the Jamesian style cinematic violence, shameless sexuality, perverse, sharp humor and wit, flawlessly rendered settings, and virtuosic, rhythmic language There is also the strong presence of the fantastic ghosts and spirits, obeah women and demons who haunt the pages of his


  9. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    In the middle of the book, I wanted to close it forever and HIT THE ROAD WITH MY JACK I meant Jack Daniels bottle DON T WANT TO READ THIS NO MORE NO MORE NO MORE Or they tried to make me go rehab or read this book And I said no, no, no for both of them So I left my two stars, take my cannoli and take the longest swag from my Chardonnay to r


  10. Michael Michael says:

    I read and reviewed this book for Lambda Literary, where my full review can be found my thoughts also can be found on my blog.Full of violence, suspense, and mystery, Black Leopard, Red Wolf charts the adventures of an unforgettable pair of mercenaries as they hunt for a lost boy Taking place in a fictional continent based on Iron Age Afri


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