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Contents BOOK ONE Covenant 1690 Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six BOOK TWO Lot’s Children 1741 Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten BOOK THREE Canaan 1840 Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Epilogue Preview: Mind of My Mind A Biography of Octavia Butler.
Chapter One D by accident when he went to see what ORO DISCOVERED THE WOMAN was left of one of his seed villages. The village was a comfortable mud-walled place surrounded by grasslands and scattered trees. But Doro realized even before he reached it that its people were gone.
Chapter Three D a good mood after changing bodies— ORO WAS ALWAYS IN especially when he changed more than once in quick succession or when he changed to one of the special bodies that he bred for his use. This time, his pleasurable feelings were still with him when he reached the coast. He noticed that Anyanwu had been very quiet, but she had her quiet times. And she had just seen a thing that was new to her. Doro knew people took time to get used to his changes.
Chapter Four T but it frightened Okoye more. He HE SHIP FRIGHTENED ANYANWU, had seen that the men aboard were mostly white men, and in his life, he had had no good experiences with white men. Also, fellow slaves had told him the whites were cannibals.
Chapter Five O cabin where Anyanwu could care for him KOYE STAYED IN DORO’S until his sickness abated. Then Doro sent him below with the rest of the slaves. Once the ship was under way and beyond sight of the African coast, the slaves were permitted to roam where they pleased above or below deck. In fact, since they had little or no work to do, they had more freedom than the crew. Thus, there was no reason for Okoye to find the change restrictive. Doro watched him carefully at first to see that he was intelligent enough—or frightened enough— not to start trouble. But Anyanwu had introduced him to Udenkwo, and the young woman seemed to occupy much of his time from then on. Rebellion seemed not to occur to him at all.