Sudan: Escape from Voi

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Sudan: Escape from Voi

A genius genetic engineer discovers a protein that will protect the last surviving northern white rhinoceros from poaching. Upon publishing his paper on the Stone-man syndrome, some mysterious men kidnap him and take him to Voi where he is forced to perform the same operation on a human patient under the false pretense that it is going to be a corrective back surgery.
While in Voi, he meets Sudan, a feral child who was raised by animals in the grasslands of Tsavo East National Park. He studies his behavior and develops strategies to integrate him to society until his kidnappers source the Uranium sample that was needed to perform the surgery.
A botched operation sees the patient turn hostile and later locked away. Dr Haridi discovers damning documents that link his kidnappers with a popular secessionist group confirming that they were running a human test lab to create seemingly indestructible soldiers to help them secede from the mainland.
He has to find the patient and escape before its too late!


  • Naslwiki
    ✓ verified buyer

    Sudan: Escape from Voi is a wonderful and enjoyable read. The author’s style of writing will leave you in awe. This book is honestly ideal for all age groups. Thank you for making self isolation more bearable and less boring! I can’t wait to read the rest of your work.

  • Sharon Dorika
    Sharon Dorika
    ✓ verified buyer

    Every page of the book oozes with dramatic anticipation. Keeping the reader glued until the very last page. I allowed myself to be induced into the world of science-fiction and I must say, it was the best choice. I recommend this book to anyone interested in stepping out of this world-if even for a tad, and engage the mind of one of the most creative authors of our generation. Ted, many felicitations for a job well done!

  • Tabitha Bukusi
    Tabitha Bukusi

    A very very good read. 10/10 would recommend