The Outcasts

Steamfunk Short Story. Cover Art by Quinton Veal.

Steamfunk Short Story. Cover Art by Quinton Veal.

In an alternate steamfunk Haiti, at the height of General Toussaint’s revolution, two lovers separated by class and a young woman whose love is forbidden, are thrust into war, sorcery and a quest for liberation on their own terms. . .On the island of Saint-Domingue, in the dead of night, thousands of slaves crept silently along the path through the trees and wiry brush to Bois Caïman.

In the clearing the Houngan Dutty Boukman, a huge, self-educated slave with a fierce countenance, and Mambo Cecile Fatiman, a mulatto slave woman, waited to led them in ceremony. They petitioned the Loa for protection, for deliverance from slavery’s lash—calling upon the darkest spirits. . .  now available for $.99 download at smashwords
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/345776

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