Nubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps and Clarence A Haynes TBR & Beyond Blog Tour ● Promo Post

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Nubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps and Clarence A Haynes TBR & Beyond Blog Tour ● Promo Post

Hello everyone! We are so excited to be participating in the blog tour for “Nubia: The Awakening” by Omar Epps and Clarence A Haynes.

Nubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps and Clarence A Haynes TBR & Beyond Blog Tour ● Promo PostNubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps, Clarence A. Haynes
Published on November 8, 2022 by Random House Children's Books
provided by TBR&Beyond
Pages: 368
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Genres: Young Adult Fiction / Diversity & Multicultural, Young Adult Fiction / Dystopian, Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary

From beloved actor and producer Omar Epps and writer Clarence A. Haynes comes the biggest epic fantasy of the year. A powerful saga of three teens, the children of refugees from a fallen African utopia, who must navigate their newfound powers in a climate-ravaged New York City. Perfect for fans of Black Panther and Children of Blood and Bone.

For Zuberi, Uzochi, and Lencho, Nubia is a mystery. Before they were born, a massive storm destroyed their ancestral homeland, forcing their families to flee across the ocean to New York City. Nubia, a utopic island nation off the coast of West Africa, was no more, and their parents’ sorrow was too deep for them to share much of their history beyond the folklore.

But New York, ravaged by climate change and class division, is far from a safe haven for refugees, and Nubians live as outcasts, struggling to survive in the constantly flooding lower half of Manhattan, while the rich thrive in the tech-driven sky city known as the Up High.

To many, being Nubian means you’re fated for a life plagued by difficulties and disrespect. But Zuberi, Uzochi, and Lencho are beginning to feel there might be more. Something within them is changing, giving each of them extraordinary powers. Extraordinary and terrifying powers that seem to be tied to the secrets their parents have kept from them.

And there are people Up High watching, eager to do anything they can to become even more powerful than they already are. Now Zuberi, Uzochi, and Lencho will be faced with the choice—do they use their inheritance to lift their people, or to leave them behind. The fate of their city, and their people, hangs in the balance.

Content Warnings: Violence, death, domestic abuse, brief mention of sexual assault

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About Clarence A. Haynes

Clarence A. Haynes has worked as an editor for a variety of publishers that include Penguin Random House and Amazon Publishing as well as Legacy Lit, an imprint of Hachette Book Group. He has edited top-selling fiction titles like The Hundredth Queen, Scarlet Odyssey, Legacy of LiesThese Toxic Things, and The Washington Post and Amazon Charts bestseller The Vine Witch, along with its two sequels. He is also the author of the nonfiction work The Legacy of Jim Crow, published as part of Penguin Workshop’s True History series.

About Omar Epps

Actor and producer Omar Epps was first introduced to audiences as Q in Ernest Dickerson’s cult classic Juice, opposite Tupac Shakur. He has gone on to star in the beloved romance Love & Basketball, as Dr. Eric Foreman in the massively popular TV show House, as Jeff Cole in In Too Deep, as Isaac Johnson in Shooter, as Darnell in This Is Us, and in many many more television shows and major motion pictures. His self-published memoir is From Fatherless to FatherhoodNubia: The Awakening is his first novel.

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