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Home Like his contemporaries Karl Edward Wagner Kane and Michael Moorcock Elric Charles Saunders brings something new to the traditional heroic fantasy tale A broad knowledge of and passion for the history and myths of Africa led to the creation of a heroic fantasy character the likes of which the world has never seen Imaro is no Tarzan no Conan Imaro is a warrior out of African legendSaunders' novel fuses the narrative style of fantasy fiction with a pre colonial alternate Africa Inspired by and directly addresses the Never before has a man of the Ilyassai slain Ngatun as you did Mas

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Imaro AUTHOR Charles R. SaundeAlienation of growing up an African American fan of Science Fiction and Fantasy which to this day remains a very ethnically homogonous genre It addresses this both structurally via its uniue setting and thematically via its alienated tribeless hero protagonist The tribal tensions and histories presented in this fantasy novel reflect actual African tribal histories and tensions and provide a uniue perspective to current and recent conflicts in Africa particularly the Rwandan genocide and the ongoing conflict in The Sud Very enjoyable sword and sorcery novel Howardian in its excitement