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The Values of Doom-bookcover

By: Abu Adams Kamara

The Values of Doom

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In a thought-provoking exploration of post-colonial African states, this novel delves into the oppression of the poor majority by the affluent few. Set in the fictional city of Bisandugu, the story illuminates the widening divide between the rich and poor, and the deepening conflicts that arise. The powerless find solace in divine providence, hoping for intervention against their oppressors. Through the lives of the Kadams, Kuyembeh, Ajaratu, and Sullaiman families, readers witness the transformation of their beliefs and values in the face of adversity. As the narrative unfolds, it becomes clear that the values once held dear have become The Values of Doom, a testament to the destructive power of inequality and the erosion of hope in the face of systemic oppression.

Abu Adams was born on 15th December 1956, in Kamacony Village, Sella Limba Chiefdom, Kareneh District, Northern Province of Sierra Leone. He graduated with a Master’s Degree in Librarianship and Bibliography in 1985 in the USSR. He worked for the Sierra Leone Library Board upon graduation, served the Milta Magai College of Education and Technology as Librarian/Lecturer and Deputy Registrar. He had primary and secondary education in Port Loko and Freetown.

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