People of the Stones
  
People of the Stones
Published:
1/23/2013
ISBN:
978-1-46300-143-8
Have you ever seen something odd and just wondered about it? “People of the Stones” is a story that starts out just like that. The year was 1976 and a young traditional African doctor, Musa, sees some curious rock formations in southern Africa. Of course, he just can't let it go. Along with his best friend James, he starts a wild project to dry and drill into one of the mysterious rock piles Along the way, Musa gives a vivid picture of life in southern Africa along with reflections on traditional African culture. Musa and James don't neglect the lighter side of life and many hours are spent in contemplation of a variety of local brews. At the same time as Musa and James are starting their explorations; a young African-American woman in New York City named Lakeysha, is having disturbing experiences with some artifacts from Africa. The three of them finally meet in circumstances that defy explanation. The suspense builds and finally the unimaginable happens.
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The author lived in Africa for many years and witnessed many unexplained phenomena. He gained an appreciation for the many mysteries still to be discovered.
 
 


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