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Ere prize specimens male and female are chosen to work in exotic bordellos and on slave breeding plantations w. I m re reading books I read while a pre teen Lord only knows this was not a proper book for me to be reading at that age but the thrill of knowing such is what made it all the fun Ha For some reason I have an odd attraction to the books in this series I m enjoying them today as much as I did then and this one was no exception Black Blue on slave breeding plantations w. I m re reading books I read while a pre teen Lord The Moe Manifesto only knows this was not a proper book for me to be reading at that age but the thrill Positive Church in a Negative World of knowing such is what made it all the fun Ha For some reason I have an Prince Philip Revealed odd attraction to the books in this series I m enjoying them today as much as I did then and this Toad of Toad Hall one was no exception

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Drum by Kyle Onstott

The world of DRUM is a world of brutality lust and miscegenation where chained Negroes are sold like cattle wh. First time reading this book it was for a friend who wanted help writing her book report for her class She told me that everytime she would read it she would get so infuriated that she would throw the book on the floor and stomp it repeatedly This was in 1964 In my opinion it gave a very different aspect of the south slavery and the uniue relationship that exists between the African American s even of today By the time Root was made into a movie it was so similar to Onstotts novel but it left out much of the hi

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Here masters drunk with the power of life and death force their slaves to entertain them with unspeakable acts. Read in 1976 In the same vein as Mandingo


10 thoughts on “Drum by Kyle Onstott

  1. says:

    A wise person once said on the internetsAdmittedly I am a fan of this type of garbage Some might think you're a Black woman why would you read books like this? Well I adore horror novels too but I don't condone the slaughter of teenagers with chainsawsBecause of the sticky issue of race and a generation of the PC

  2. says:

    I read this book many years ago I don't remember the whole story; however I remember it is about slavery in the US I think this is a historical fiction because the book actually reflexes many of the atrocities that actually

  3. says:

    First time reading this book it was for a friend who wanted help writing her book report for her class She told me that everytime she would read it she would get so infuriated that she would throw the book on the floor and stomp it repeatedly This was in 1964 In my opinion it gave a very different aspect of the s

  4. says:

    I'm re reading books I read while a pre teen Lord only knows this was not a proper book for me to be reading at that age but the thrill of knowing such is what made it all the fun Ha For some reason I have an odd attraction to the books in this series I'm enjoying them today as much as I did then and this one was no exc

  5. says:

    Read it years ago and it is a great book

  6. says:

    Some five years passed between the publication of Kyle Onstott's anti GONE WITH THE WIND slavery epic MANDINGO and

  7. says:

    So wanted to give this one star because I really did not enjoy reading it but then it was not actually bad When it was published in the 1960s it was probably considered shocking It bored me

  8. says:

    Read in 1976 In the same vein as Mandingo

  9. says:

    Good Lord Vivid graphically told chronicle of three generations of slaves The story begins in Africa with elements that are uite similar to what later appeared in the minseries Roots and follows a young man who is sold into slavery by his greedy family This slave Tamboura becomes involved with a Cuban master and his beau

  10. says:

    I've cleared out my bookshelves many times but this one always stays I've read it several times too This follows three generations of slaves from Tamboura to Drum to Drumson and tells of life a slave in Cuba New Orleans and a plantation in the deep south It's an excellent evocative story abut slavery taking the reader back

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