Ted Oswald

No Bad Bush: A Tale of Sierra Leone

No Bad Bush: A Tale of Sierra Leone by Ted Oswald
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fiction Fiction, Religion
For readers of:Dave Eggers, Edwidge Danticat, Alan Paton, Chris Cleave, Alexander McCall Smith
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Print Length24 pages
PublisherDispatch Publishing
About the Book

No Bad Bush tells the story of Dema and Musa, a woman and man divided by an unspeakable act committed during Sierra Leone’s civil war. Tonight, after years of silence, they will face an impossible decision as their tightly held secrets are finally laid bare before their community.

No Bad Bush explores the dueling powers of shame and forgiveness in a haunting, lyrical tale from the author of Because We Are: A Novel of Haiti.

About the Author

While a law student, Ted Oswald lived in Port-au-Prince and worked in Cité Soleil, where he became deeply invested in the community and met the feisty young girl who served as the inspiration for his character Libète. He currently works as a public interest lawyer in Philadelphia, where he lives with his wife, Katharine. Because We Are: A Novel of Haiti is his first novel.

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