A family saga, written by the first Federal Prime Minister of Nigeria. It focuses on the struggles of Umar and his mother, and describes Umar's dramatic journey across the desert with a slave caravan. It provides a glimpse into the lives of women and children in a black Islamic society....
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Shaihu Umar Reviews
I'll start off by saying this sin't really the kind of book I normally read....even so, I did find myself enjoying parts of it. The pace moves pretty quickly, and the author writes well. I really think this could have been stretched out to more than 80 pages if it had less footnotes, and a little more description. This guys style is pretty cut and dry. I love that it was written though, this is pretty powerful book that everyone should read once, regardless of how much they know or care about Africa's history.