The year is 1844.
Slavery is now illegal in virtually every country involved in the West African slave trade. But the demand for slave labor by colonialists in the West Indies, the Americas and the Caribbean is pushing the trafficking in human beings to new heights.
ENSLAVED is a love story entwined in an exciting, historically accurate, action-adventure novel. A warrior from a fierce tribe in the African interior unites with a mysterious Ashanti Princess, the daughter of a powerful African Chieftain. Thrown together on a Portuguese slave ship bound for Cuba, the pair discover that everything that could go wrong, is going wrong.
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COULDN’T PUT IT DOWN!
Author Roy Emmett’s book, Enslaved: Action/Adventure on Board a Slave Ship off the Coast of Africa in 1844 depicts a riveting story of slave trade from Africa in the 1800’s. A polished story teller and meticulous researcher, Emmett has created believable characters and a dramatic adventure story about human trafficking that happened not really that long ago. Whether you are a fiction or non-fiction reader, you won’t be disappointed with Enslaved.
I found it very hard to put this book down once I started reading, there were times when I was forced to take a break from it to study for my finals. As a native of West Africa, I found this book very adventurous and interesting. I thought it was well written and easy reading. I absolutely enjoyed reading it and look forward to more books from this author. I also bought a copy for my father who is a lover of history.
GREAT ADVENTURE WITH A TWIST TO HISTORY
Just when you thought it was about to end, a new twist happens.
This book is great for all ages and a great way to learn a little about our history within an exciting adventure.
ENSLAVED DID NOT DISAPPOINT
Great novel with the right amount of action as well as a fascinating history lesson. Highly recommended for all readers. Very nicely done.
A gripping adventure! It was very hard to put this book down. There is always a new twist, a new adventure right on the next page. You’ll even learn something about a dark period in our history.