First time reading this book, it was for a friend who wanted help writing her book report for her class. She told me that everytime she would read it, she would get so infuriated that she would throw the book on the floor and stomp it repeatedly. This was in In my opinion, it gave a very different aspect of the south, slavery, and the unique relationship that exists between the African-American's even of today. By the time "Root" was made into a movie, it was so similar to Onstotts novel b.
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Drum by Kyle Onstott
Drum is a American film based on the Kyle Onstott novel of the same name. This film picks up the story 15 years after the events of the first film. Drum Norton has been born to a white prostitute Vega , who raises him with her black lesbian lover Kelly. Drum grows up to be a fighter and is often forced to bare-knuckle-box other slaves for the entertainment of the owners, one of whom is a gay Frenchman named Bernard DeMarigny Colicos. DeMarigny wants to sleep with Drum, but his advances are rejected by the slave and DeMarigny vows revenge against Drum. Drum and his friend Blaise Kotto are eventually sold to plantation owner Hammond Maxwell Oates and are both taken to his plantation to work. Regine Grier is purchased by Maxwell as well and is taken to the plantation for his own personal desires as a bedwench.