Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa

Peace African, I greet you,

“Images are nearer reality than cold definitions.” — African Proverb

“We are the only people protected by the good will of our enemies.” We’re in dire need of a revolutionary consciousness. white people are the largest disseminators of misinformation. The impact is legion. African people are destitute of revolutionary responses. We are reactive, not proactive. Our best retort to a child martyr is to pray and tweet.

We need revolutionary information. The literature available to you rarely showcases a truly dignified Powerful African “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa” is different. It features a capital-B, capital-M Black Man in a post-revolutionary world. It’s unlike anything you have ever read before and it’s incredibly digestible. Look at the preview or listen to the first chapter. It does not disappoint.

You do not know revolution if you have no imagination of a Post-Revolutionary World.

There are a few ways to get your hands on a copy of “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa.” The easiest is the Ebook. You can purchase the Ebook for $10 through SquareCash, just be sure to include your email address and ‘Zuberi Ebook’ in your purchase and I’ll email you the “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa” Ebook. You can read the Ebook on your computer, phone or any other device that supports Ebook Readers.

Send your Email Address, specify Ebook, and Purchase here ($10).

Or fill out:

The next easiest is as an Android App I programmed from scratch. I have a preview of the first Ten Chapters in the Google Play Appstore. Google has unnecessary rules for paid apps, so the full App isn’t on GooglePlay. You can purchase the full App for $10 through SquareCash, just be sure to include your email address and “Zuberi App” in your purchase and I’ll email you the password to unlock it.

Send your Email Address, specify App, and Purchase here ($10).

Another way to get a copy of “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa,” is to get it from CreateSpace. This is the easiest way to get a Paperback copy. It costs $15 not including Shipping and Handling and this has its Pros and Cons. Pros, of course, is a Paperback. Cons, of course, is these crackers get even more money than the SquareCash method. Of course, if paperback is your preference, by all means order.

“Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa” on CreateSpace

These are the most reliable ways to get the book.

Otherwise, preview the first ten chapters for free here:

Preview Chapter One: Duties and Dalliances

Preview Chapter Two: His Son Amadi

Preview Chapter Three: The Protector Faraji

Preview Chapter Four: More Sociable

Preview Chapter Five: Fish Yassa with Esad

Preview Chapter Six: Myrkya or Esad

Preview Chapter Seven: The Nature of Clarity

Preview Chapter Eight: Esad the Hunter

Preview Chapter Nine: Community Celebration

Preview Chapter Ten: Race First

One thought on “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa

  1. Uhuru, My assessment and review of Zuberi and Maroons of Maa.
    In a era where we give away our agency, i.e.( Black Panther by Marvel), waiting on Yurugu to tell our story about Black folks that is palatable to us. Taking our own agency (exerting power) and telling our own story, even if fiction, would do us wonders.The book by Onitaset Kumat, called Zuberi and Maroons of Maa might be a step in the direction and hopefully it will inspire more writers. Why can’t we have books dealing with Ubuntu and communalism, while the main character works through interpersonal male and female dynamics, and at the same time has a strong support to help him along the way? Zuberi has that and at the same time, the reader is thrown into a world that Garvey and Elijah envisioned for us, a world of self sufficiency, a world where we use our own agency.

    Zuberi and the Maroons of Maa is not like a book you have on your shelf, like Thong On Fire 😂etc, etc but you may need to make room on your bookshelf for Zuberi and the Maroons of Maa. ~ Osman

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