The Road Builder by Nicholas Hershenow

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A 30-something couple go to Africa to manufacture palm oil, sent there by a wealthy uncle who is revered by the locals as the mythical Road Builder.

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Published May 7, 2001 by Blue Hen. 528 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Landing in Africa and arriving at the processing plant, Kate and Will are faced with a "medieval allegory of Hell, the oldest terrors fused with industrial technology but still relying on elemental and primitive forces and devices—steam and fire, grinding iron, boiling oil."

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