Afrotape

The Shadow King

“A brilliant novel, lyrically lifting history towards myth. It’s also compulsively readable. I devoured it in two days.” — Salman Rushdie In 1935, orphaned servant Hirut struggles to adapt to her new household as Ethiopia…

Feminist Parenting: Perspectives from Africa and Beyond

Feminist Parenting: Perspectives from Africa and Beyond asks and considers: What is feminist parenting? Is it something for all parents? What does it mean to be a feminist parent in practice? The collection aims to…

The Science of Certainty: Proven Pathways to Personal Power

Make yourself irresistible to success. This instructive compass sets a clear paradigm to gaining personal power to overcome in business and everyday life. succinctly designed to guide through the 49 laws of Certainty to help…

How Europe Underdeveloped Africa

“How Europe Underdeveloped Africa” is a 1972 book written by Walter Rodney that takes the view that Africa was deliberately exploited and underdeveloped by European colonial regimes. One of his main arguments throughout the book…

The Travels of Ibn Battuta: In the Near East, Asia and Africa, 1325-1354

“In 1325, Ibn Battuta, a 21 year old scholar and religious judge, set off from his hometown in Tangier to perform the pilgrimage to Mecca. What was meant to take one year, took 30”–Cover.

Olive the Lionheart: Lost Love, Imperial Spies, and One Woman’s Journey into the Heart of Africa

Atmospheric account of the life of Olive MacLeod, a red-headed Scotswoman who at the age of thirty embarks on a treacherous journey through Africa to find out what happened to her fiancé.