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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Mission to End Slavery is a work of historical fiction set in different periods of world history, and it was penned by author Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire. Featuring some dynamic feats of time travel and an important central message, the book contains scenes of violence and language that would be suited to more mature readers. The action centers around our hero, Femi Adebayo, who feels the impact of prejudice and the history of slavery every day in his normal life. So when Femi meets the mysterious Mr. Diggity, so begins an incredible journey to some of the worst atrocities in human history, a journey that Femi will never forget.
Author Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire brings both education and high drama to this compelling work of fiction based on real historical facts. From the high seas of the 18th century to rebellion and freedom spanning two thousand years, slavery has formed a dark part of human history for longer than any of us care to admit. Through Femi, a powerful and realistic protagonist who has faced modern-day racism and a system built against him, we view the atrocities of the past and the magic of time travel allows us to see new possibilities as well as highlighting what went so very wrong so many years ago. The prose is heartfelt and flows well to keep the reader engaged, and the attention to detail during the historical scenes is well researched and highly emotive. Overall, The Mission to End Slavery is a worthy read for all time travel and historical fiction fans.