The Song of the Molimo Horror Book Review
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It is 1904 and twelve-year-old Harry has traveled all the way from Kansas to spend six weeks visiting the World’s Fair in St. Louis. And although he doesn’t know exactly what to expect when he steps off the train onto the platform, it certainly is not to see his older cousin Frederick in the company of five African Pygmies. Frederick, an anthropologist, has come to the station to pick up Harry and ends up being put in charge of the Pygmies, who have also just arrived, but to be exhibited at the fair. Harry couldn’t care less about Frederick or his Pygmies and makes himself an ambitious agenda for sightseeing. Yet, over the next days, one thing or another keeps bringing him back to the Pygmies. It is through a friendship with one in particular - Ota Benga - and a growing respect for his cousin that Harry begins to challenge his own ideas about race and evolution. Filled with vivid characters, The Song of the Molimo is a picturesque, action-packed novel.