Black Leopard, Red Wolf Setting

Marlon James
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North Kingdom and South Kingdom

The novel is set in a fantasy world centered around African mythology. There are several kingdoms in this land, but the novel focuses on two specific ones, knows as North Kingdom and South Kingdom. Throughout the novel, Tracker travels in and around both kingdoms, and he learns more about the mounting military tensions between the two kingdoms. Since the missing boy is actually the rightful North King, he hopes that finding the boy can avert war.

Ku

After Tracker leaves the city of Juba, where he was raised, he eventually finds his way to the village of Ku, which is the birthplace of his parents and his ancestors. There, he learns that the man whom he thought was his father was actually his grandfather, and that his real father is deceased. After some of the Ku villagers murder an innocent woman and children in...

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