A Review of the Soul Catcher
This story is horrific. People coming to your home and taking you away to a far off country. You would think that the slaves would be worth enough money for them to give them adequate living conditions, so they could at least survive the trip to the new land. These blacks would be slaves and could be sold for huge amounts of money. The crew of the ship must have lost enormous amounts of potential money in their own negligence.
I found it very interesting in this story how the white people were referred to as phantoms. This fit because the white people looked like ghosts in comparison to the blacks, and the evil deeds that they were committing. When Malawi lost his brother one of the phantoms claimed he knew how he felt, but that was not nearly the case. Malawi lost his entire life and then lost the rest of his will to live along with his brother. I'm sure the phantom had never lost the will to live.
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