Changa’s Safari by Milton Davis


“This was not the way for a prince to die. Amir Zakee ibn Basheer teetered at the edge of the cliff, his bloody fingers clinging to the hilt of a rusted scimitar as he clutched the precious bundle underneath his arm. His muscles had given up long ago; only hate and anger kept him on his bare feet. His black hair was matted to his forehead by sweat and blood, dungeon filth smeared across his young face and ragged clothes. Behind him the wind hissed through the leave…”

In the fifteenth century a young merchant set sail on a safari across the seas determined to build the wealth necessary to save his people from the evil sorcerer Usenge. From the Swahili merchant cities of Sofala and Mombassa, to the Malaccan straits and the magnificent Middle Kingdom, Changa and his talented crew experience adventures beyond the imagination.

“Milton Davis’ Changa is a sword and soul hero worthy to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Imaro.”
-Charles R. Saunders, author of Imaro

“Changa’s Safari is a journey into an age of wonder and adventure. Milton Davis takes us into a world based on historical fact, embellished by the fecundity of his imagination!”
-Ronald T. Jones, author of Warriors of the Four Worlds

“Changa’s Safari is a sword and sorcery novel in the mold of the grand old adventures and pirate sagas of yesteryear, only told with a very urbane attitude…The characters leap off the page, the action is fast and furious, and there’s a joyous sense of humor that makes it a pleasure to read.”
-Joe Bonadonna, author of Mad Shadows: The Weird Tales of Dorgo the Dowser

Pick up a copy of Changa’s Safari at: http://www.mvmediaatl.com/
amazon
and barnes and noble

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