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Mojo Conjure Stories

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The Barnes Noble Review Mojo a powerful disturbing anthology edited by Nalo Hopkinson that explores the world of voodoo contains short stories by some of the biggest names in modern fantasy including Neil Gaiman Barbara Hambly Steven Barnes Andy Duncan and Tananarive Due Although the stories explore the myths and legends of personal magic the subject matter ranges widely from African warriors in the holds of slave ships to abused children plotting revenge to drag ueens to the undead living in affluent cl Connected yet disconnected stories mixing and introducing spirit and mystery A good read and the short stories allow u to jump in and out

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Osed communities In Neil Gaiman's Bitter Grounds an anthropology professor is on his way to a conference in New Orleans to present a paper on the legend of the Haitian coffee girls undead children who allegedly went door to door selling a chicory coffee mixture just before the dawn When his car breaks down on a backwoods road he runs into a mysterious Samaritan who comes into his life for a very definite reason The introduction by Luisah Teish a popular spiritualist and author of Jambalaya The Natural Wo Short stories I like the idea often than the execution Sometimes short story collections are hit and miss a few good ones and mostly bad ones I actually enjoyed a majority of stories in here The idea of Conjure is sorta spread to mean all African both diaspora and not belief systems Some are traditional hoodoo others Santeria others take place directly in Africa The Daddy Mention story is awesome and I really liked Barbara Hambly's story too Jet-Setting Escort, Book 1 on his way to a conference in New Orleans to present a paper Bound on the legend Schlossöffnung - So öffnen Sie jede Tür of the Haitian coffee girls undead children who allegedly went door to door selling a chicory coffee mixture just before the dawn When his car breaks down Metallurgie extractive du cobalt on a backwoods road he runs into a mysterious Samaritan who comes into his life for a very definite reason The introduction by Luisah Teish a popular spiritualist and author Iyami Osoronga of Jambalaya The Natural Wo Short stories I like the idea Quebec Autoroute 15 often than the execution Sometimes short story collections are hit and miss a few good Crystalline Illumination ones and mostly bad Endgame (Voluntary Eradicators, ones I actually enjoyed a majority Juliette visite paris - Dès 3 ans of stories in here The idea The Himitsu Attack (War of the Ninja Master, of Conjure is sorta spread to mean all African both diaspora and not belief systems Some are traditional hoodoo The Book With No Name (Bourbon Kid, others Santeria Punch↑ 2 others take place directly in Africa The Daddy Mention story is awesome and I really liked Barbara Hambly's story too

Nalo Hopkinson Æ 8 review

Man's Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals says it all Reader Be Aware There's a conjuring going on You are being lured with the turning of each page into the myth and mystery of our DeepBlack magical heritage Unlike many anthologies this collection of 19 original stories has no weak spots Every tale is strong uniue and noteworthy in its own right Fans of Nalo Hopkinson works like Brown Girl in the Ring and the short story collection Skin Folk will cherish this brilliant collection Paul Goat All I've chosen this highly entertaining and fascinating collection of short stories to my English literature and composition class reading list It's editied by a well known African American woman writer She's chosen well These stories teach you about some of the elements of Black culture while they entertain you with stories of mojo magic

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