“A strong literary fantasy novel about race, family, and time-traveling.” — IndependentBookReview.com
Amara knows what’s going to happen, but she doesn’t know why. She awakes on her wedding day in 1859 in West Africa, suddenly imbued with the ability to see the future. She sees the slaver Van Owen, who will steal her power. She sees herself as a slave on his North Carolina plantation. She sees a Harlem family more than a century in the future. She knows these people, but how? And she sees Van Owen hunting them, too. But how can she stop him if no one believes her?