Eternity is a young pure black African girl with a secret. She’s raised by White parents who are Scientists and she has a fear of dolls. The mother is a Tranny and the dad thinks he’s God. They have been doing experiments in Africa and there’s a murder mystery that’s quickly solved involving the whole family.
Don’t want to give away the story but a huge metaphor sets up the action as Eternity becomes an activist supermodel who doesn’t like Africans skin bleaching, and has a very glamorous but political life trying to find herself. She falls in love with Sea Horse a rapper/politician with mad charisma.
Sea Horse has an obedient Muslim wife who’s also a witch, Tasso.
There’s voodoo dolls and a sex scene with Jesus Christ and roots being worked while gorillas kidnap virgin brides and rape them. Damn near anything you wouldn’t expect is in this story but it’s insanely good! You won’t be able to put it down. I was especially shocked to discover who Eternity was telling the story to.
It’s impossible to explain the plot. So much happens and nothing you think the book is about turns out to be what it’s about. I would say it’s about skin
bleaching and self-hatred in our black folks but it’s deeper than that. The story is a metaphor about the relationship between the sexes, Man and Woman
since time began.
It’s also about how Africa may not be able to identify what is authentic or really African anymore because the different invaders have
changed the continent so drastically and even the people of Africa don’t remember who they are or were at times.