The Maximilian Emancipation -- PDF version

The Maximilian Emancipation -- PDF version

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In the not-so-distant future, three African slave ships slip through space and time to arrive on the shores of New York and New Jersey, severely shaking an already politically and socially unstable United States. Popular opinion is split on the cause of their arrival-- is it a scientific miracle, an act of God, or a hoax perpetrated by foreign governments?

Maximilian Oroko, a Nigerian-born American, is an anthropological and linguistics expert recruited along with a team of intellectuals, scientists, and government officials to get to the bottom of this mystery. Through a combination of fate and circumstance, Maximilian learns that he has a temporal and ancestral connection to this event.

Part satire, part historical drama, and spanning thousands of years, this is a story that asks the question...”If you could go back in time, could you prevent African slavery?” It’s “Roots” meets “Back to the Future.”

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