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A different sort of perspective on a land that few people know enough about. I found the economoic perspective particularly intriguing.
Voodoo, Slaves and White Man's Graves: West Africa and the End of Days
by Tom Coote
4.3 stars - 6 reviews
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Crammed into battered buses and less than road worthy bush taxis, or hanging on to the back of a series of pollution spewing mopeds, Tom Coote journeys along the lush but disease ridden Slave Coast of West Africa and then up through the Saharan trade routes into the environmentally devastated dust lands of the Sahel. Travelling through Benin, Togo, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Mali - some of the poorest and least developed countries in the world - we find ourselves amidst a battleground of 'end of days' ideologies.

Dealing with such themes as freedom and slavery, the resurgence of superstition and its threat to rationality, the corporate colonisation of the unconscious, and the modern day construction of tradition, this irreverent travelogue will take you to places both magical and macabre.
One Reviewer Notes:
I enjoyed ‘Voodoo, Slaves and White Man’s Graves’ very much and had difficulty putting it down. Tom Coote’s descriptive prowess gives the reader the feeling of actually being there as he moves through West Africa, never shying away from the gritty side of the dark continent. In addition to detailing his adventures (which are often laced with humour), Coote discusses the history of various aspects of African culture, as well as the current state of the place. This gives the book an edifying aspect that is so often lacking in books of this nature. All in all, an excellent book and a must read for any would-be African adventurer.
Pete Chapman
About the Author
Tom Coote Tom Coote's first book 'Tearing up the Silk Road' was published by Garnet Publishing in 2012. He has travelled independently in well over a hundred countries, is a founder of Wicked World Magazine (www.wickedworld.net) and regularly updates his own site at www.tomcoote.net. He is currently researching a follow up to his second travel book 'Voodoo, Slaves and White Man's Graves: West Africa and the End of Days'
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