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The Black Diamond

Juan Carden

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224 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.The Black Diamond is the sixth book in the saga. This time Juan is born in Lesotho, South Africa. As his immortal spirit continues to live on, he is able to vividly recall his eternal past and cannot understand why whites despise men of his race. His father Moshoeshoei, king of the Basotho, instructs him in the art of government and in the subtleties of diplomacy. His mother, offspring of Chaka Zulu, wants to end her peoples suffering and wishes that his son will dedicate his life to save their bodies and spirits. The protagonists principle desire is the same as that of all his other lives - to find the woman that was created with him at the beginning of time. Maluti and Tineke sense each others existence and recognize that they are a couple of kindred spirits who prowl about the world in search of love; but they never meet. The novel takes place during a difficult time in Africa. Gold and diamonds are discovered. The descendants of the Dutch struggled to rise from the tyranny of England as the blacks fight to preserve their homeland. The British Empire, which is under the auspices of a brotherhood, appears to be unbeatable as it is filled wealth of the seven continents, usurping the natural resources in the seas by attacking ships of Spain, Holland, China and India. After centuries of ideological conflicts and social, religious and political differences, the nations distance themselves. The weapons become more sophisticated and, although the science improves, diseases decimate men and animals. Gradually the planet is invaded by the human species that threatens to destroy everything in its path, including a variety of almost extinct birds, fish, reptiles and mammals. The author take us back to that time in the black continent where misery was sown to reap riches, which despised the colored races and where slavery was accepted as natural by masters and servants. By hearing their stories we suffer with the autho This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781477258187

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Title: The Black Diamond

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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The Black Diamond is the sixth book in the saga. This time Juan is born in Lesotho, South Africa. As his immortal spirit continues to live on, he is able to vividly recall his eternal past and cannot understand why whites despise men of his race. His father Moshoeshoei, king of the Basotho, instructs him in the art of government and in the subtleties of diplomacy. His mother, offspring of Chaka Zulu, wants to end her people's suffering and wishes that his son will dedicate his life to save their bodies and spirits. The protagonist's principle desire is the same as that of all his other lives - to find the woman that was created with him at the beginning of time. Maluti and Tineke sense each other's existence and recognize that they are a couple of kindred spirits who prowl about the world in search of love; but they never meet. The novel takes place during a difficult time in Africa. Gold and diamonds are discovered. The descendants of the Dutch struggled to rise from the tyranny of England as the blacks fight to preserve their homeland. The British Empire, which is under the auspices of a brotherhood, appears to be unbeatable as it is filled wealth of the seven continents, usurping the natural resources in the seas by attacking ships of Spain, Holland, China and India. After centuries of ideological conflicts and social, religious and political differences, the nations distance themselves. The weapons become more sophisticated and, although the science improves, diseases decimate men and animals. Gradually the planet is invaded by the human species that threatens to destroy everything in its path, including a variety of almost extinct birds, fish, reptiles and mammals. The author take us back to that time in the black continent where misery was sown to reap riches, which despised the colored races and where slavery was accepted as natural by masters and servants. By hearing their stories we suffer with the autho

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Juan Carden is a full time poet by destiny, a full time doctor by devotion, and a full time writer by desire. He was born in Quito, Ecuador on October 21st, 1942. After graduating from medical school in 1968, he came to the United States for his training in internal medicine. While rotating through the intensive care unit as an intern, he met his future wife. After completing his internal medicine residency at St. Louis University Hospital, he moved to Houston, Texas to train in Hematology/Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Hospital. He excelled behind expectations as he orchestrated protocols that improved the systemic treatment for breast cancer. Despite being asked to join the faculty at this prestigious institution, he decided to move back to St. Louis with his family to work in private practice. While he did have his full share of struggles when his wife got sick and having to run a full time practice and raise three children, he has always possessed a very positive outlook on life. His offspring even followed his footsteps and dedicate themselves to the care of cancer patients Juan Carden is a historian, a traveler, a reader, a philosopher, a scientist, a psychologist, and a person that has passion for life. He is described as somebody that analyzes the present and the past, looking for a better future. His has so much love for human kind and nature. When Juan Carden tells stories, we can learn from his credo and from the depths of his soul. His books of fiction are convincing realities. He writes about different topics utilizing different styles, from historical novels to science fiction. All his narration is fascinating and full of quandaries that converge in an amalgam of illusions.

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