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Best-selling author, Tananarive Due is back with a new novel from her award-wining “African Immortal Series.” Her latest novel, MY SOUL TO TAKE, discusses the end of days and eerily weaves in current topical themes happening in the world today. The book has the main character, Fana, an immortal who calls upon an R&B singer to come out of retirement to sing for an audience of sick people who are facing a deadly plague. The concert is a healing for the people. And, Fana has the ability to heal with just her presence and touch. Sounds familiar?
Here’s the info on the book:
It all began more than a decade ago with My Soul to Keep when readers were introduced to Jessica, then a Miami investigative reporter, and her “perfect” husband, David. Her life unravels when she realizes that her husband, David, is actually Dawit, an immortal who, along with a sect of Ethiopian scholars, traded their souls for eternal life over 400 years before. The sequel, The Living Blood, brings forth the birth of Dawit and Jessica’s daughter, Fana, who was born with the “living blood” in her veins. As a mere toddler, Fana is able to kill and penetrate others’ thoughts, with her mind as the remote control. Her mother begins a quest to teach Fana how to control these potentially dangerous powers, which leads them to Ethiopia in search of the immortal Life Brothers’ hidden colony.
In 2008’s Blood Colony, the story continues as the world struggles to contain the HIV/AIDS epidemic that threatens to destroy humankind. The new drug, GLOW, which is derived from the Blood of immortals, has the ability to heal almost any illness. Yet, it is distributed via an illegal underground railroad of drug dealers. At the helm is Fana Wolde, now 17 years old and the only immortal born with “the Blood.” She wants to heal using the Blood, but there is a treacherous, violent group with ties to the Vatican that have begun to murder GLOW peddlers. Fana’s life is in constant danger, but she remains dedicated to the mission of healing the sick.
MY SOUL TO TAKE opens with a world in turmoil. A plague has killed hundreds of thousands around the world and threatens to raise the death toll to an unimaginable height. Michel, whose refusal to give up on making 18-year-old Fana his wife despite her reluctance and possible love for another man, has plans to perform a major “cleansing” of the population which would leave millions dead. Michel’s mission goes against everything Fana believes in – healing and helping. She uses her powers, resources and considerable influence to help the sick by providing access to GLOW. Fana enlists Phoenix Smalls, a major international R&B recording artist, to come out of retirement to perform before an audience of sick people. One of Fana’s significant powers is to heal just with her presence and touch.
There was one problem with Fana’s concert: Michel’s furor over her defiance. Not only had she not come to him to wed, she hosted a healing event which directly clashed with the cleansing he was determined to do. Fana is faced with a dilemma: leave her life, family and the man she loves behind to go to Michel, the only other who was born with “the Blood,” with the hope of convincing him to change his mind or Michel covers the earth with a plague that would achieve depopulation, the ultimate Armagedden. Fana’s emotional lover John Wright, who is one of her most devoted soldiers, races against the clock to stop the wedding and banish Michel from the earth. However, John is the David to Michel’s Goliath; John is a mortal and Michel is immortal.
MY SOUL TO TAKE also tugs the reader between good and evil, right and wrong. While you root for the good work for which Fana and John risk their lives and that the love they share for one another somehow survives, you also hope as the pages turn that Fana goes to Michel, accepts his love and by doing so, saves the world.
What are you thoughts? Does the book sound like the current state of the world? And, is the world headed toward doom and destruction?
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