Damballa

  • by Charles R. Saunders
  • Narrated by Calvin Worthen
  • 7 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the heart of Africa to the streets of Harlem, a new hero is born sworn to support and protect Americans of all races and creeds; he is Damballa and he strikes from the shadows. When the reigning black heavyweight boxing champion of the world agrees to defend his crown against a German fighter representing Hitler's Nazi regime, the ring becomes the stage for a greater political contest. The Nazis' agenda is to humble the American champion and prove the superiority of their pure-blood Aryan heritage. To achieve this end, they employ an unscrupulous scientist capable of transforming their warrior into a superhuman killing machine. Can the mysterious Damballa unravel their insidious plot before it is too late to save a brave and noble man? Airship 27 Productions and Cornerstone Book Publishers are proud to introduce pulpdom's first ever 1930s African-American pulp hero as created by the acclaimed author, Charles Saunders.

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Wonderful Reading Captures Book's Action Perfectly

Would you listen to Damballa again? Why?

Yes, because of Mr. Worthen's amazing voices.


Who was your favorite character and why?

The hero, Damballa, he is a great character.


Which scene was your favorite?

The fight scene, as Mr. Worthen becomes the radio announcer detailing every blow of the boxing match.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

America's First Black Avenger.


Any additional comments?

I enjoyed this reading so much and hope to find more of Mr. Worthen's reading here at Audible.

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- Ron Fortier

Black vs The Reich via boxing!

Another great African Based Story from Charles R. Saunders. Definitely need to be a movie! I loved every action packed moment of it. Spritiually and Adventure... a must read!
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- June

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-2015
  • Publisher: RadioArchives.com