Enemies of Africa

Enemies of Africa is a factual and historical description of how widespread the slave trade was and how there is still widespread racism and discrimination even today. Author Jaiden Baynes has done an excellent job and provides readers with an essential read. Baynes’ writing will open your eyes to how the slave trade started and the factors that led to it being so widespread.

Enemies of Africa is a well-researched and planned work of pure fact. I thought I knew a lot about the slave trade, but there is so much that the history classes left out. This eye-opening book filled in all the blanks, and I am more educated on the slave trade now than I ever was by a textbook.

It is very apparent that so much research went into this novel to ensure factual and precise information. This book explains how the slave trade started and why. It also showcases just how horribly slave traders treated their slaves. Enslaved people weren’t treated like humans. They were beaten and starved, and their children were sold into slavery as well. I think it is essential for information like this to be shared. While this is a heavy topic to read about, Jaiden Baynes lays out the facts in a way that makes absorbing this appalling piece of history possible.

Enemies of Africa is an educational resource on the dark history of slavery. This factual book teaches readers the things that average history courses skip over. Unfortunately, there is a cultural bias toward Africans, and I think everyone needs to read what this book says about it. Enemies of Africa is worth the read. Well done, Jaiden Baynes, for laying out the information and touching on a challenging subject in a digestible way.

Pages: 176 | ASIN : B0BCGF2ZK3

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Posted on October 4, 2022, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.


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