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Burning Grass (African Writers Series, AWS2)
This is an enthralling tale of Northern Nigeria where, when the grass is burnt on the plains, the Fulani cattlemen move southwards towards the banks of the Niger. Mai Sunsaye, the hero of the story, is afflicted with the sokugo, wandering sickness, and his experiences and those of his herdsmen make a fascinating tale.
“Both people and country come alive, and we are interested in them to the end.” — Davis Williams, West Africa