Antebellum by R. K. Thomas
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A thought-provoking novel about African-American culture seen through the eyes of a famous rapper who is transported to the days of slavery and forced to experience it firsthand.
"Starred Review. A gripping read aptly demonstrating the horrific conditions in which slaves had to survive - and the importance of never forgetting one's roots." - Publishers Weekly
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R. Kayeen Thomas self-published his first book, Light: Stories of Urban Resurrection, during his junior year at Carleton College. Now, at age twenty-seven, he is an author, poet, playwright, hip-hop artist, journalist, and social justice advocate. He resides in Washington D.C. with his wife and daughter.
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