Bogotá: Ediciones B, 2018. First Edition. Paperback. 335p., wrps. New. Item #69287
"Kibo" revolves around Laura Andrews, a successful New York journalist who travels to Africa to recover from the emotional impact of her divorce. At the summit of Kilimanjaro, she stumbles upon something of enormous anthropological value that reveals the cause of suffering that plagues the contemporary world. She discovers that greed, consumerism, and prejudice are not part of human nature, and ends up being the victim of an ancient secret society that benefits from unhappiness, violence, and hatred, and perversely manipulates the behavior of people. In this work, his first published novel, author Dionisio Araújo reflects on the vices of humanity and the future that awaits it.