Port Au Prince, Another Dull Morning Tinged With Violence And Black Magic Jeremy Assa L, A Jewish Shopkeeper, Sees His Friend And Lover, Lucien, Gunned Down Outside His Shop By A Vengeful Policeman In A Haiti That Exists In The Perpetual Night Of Misery And Oppression, Jeremy Wonders If His Only Option Is Exile His Best Friend From School, Fresnel, Has Disappeared In Ominous Circumstances So He Embarks On A Quest To Discover His Fate His Search Leads Him To A Corrupt Pastor, A Shady Revolutionary And A Voodoo Priest What Is Revealed Is Not Only Himself But Contemporary Haiti, A Land Where Everything And Nothing Is Possible.
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