Paranormal Romance Combines African Culture and Myth
The spirits are not happy with George Mugohe. A teacher living in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, George refuses to betray his Christian faith by honoring his kin ghosts. Because of this rejection of his cultural roots, his wife Caroline becomes mad and dies.
His wife’s ghost and other spirits advise George to offer a cow to his kin ghosts if he wants to get a new wife. He again declines and marries Claudine Rebero against his kin ghosts’ wishes. George finds he is unable to make love to his second wife.
Claudine leaves her husband, so George finally honors his kin ghosts. Afterward, George and Claudine reconcile. To thank Almighty God, the couple pays for a special mass. At the mass, high-ranking angels, famous ghosts, and George’s kin ghosts attend. An angel then visits the two to tell them their future. View the Press Release
About the Author
Jean Baptiste Rufatabahizi lives in Kigali and teaches English at the College of Science and Technology, University of Rwanda. This is his fourth novel. The next is titled Pray, Forgive Everything and Live.