Pap Souleye Fall
Oumi has survived famine, tribal warfare, and a devastating virus. Now, in Oblivion Rouge, Volume 2, she must survive the brutal initiation of the Hakkinen, the mighty, armored army of this future African continent.
In the near future, a virus called the LEUP has infected half the population. The resulting war between the people of Liam, known as the infected, and the people of Galoum, known as the immune, becomes a bloody and brutal affair.
When a mysterious army called the Hakkinen emerges to quell the war between the two countries, they adopt children of war to aid them. Oumi and her friends are enlisted to help find a cure and end the bloodshed.
Several young recruits have died already, as the battle royal between them spared no one. Each young soldier has their own story to tell in this conflict. As a result, Oumi gambles that trying to unite those young initiates left alive may be the only way to defeat the Admirals entering as the contest’s final part.
With the looming threat of the supernatural enemy Hells, this conflict will be pivotal for Oumi, her friends, the future of Africa—and the entire world.
Oblivion Rouge is rated OT for Older Teen, recommended for ages 16 and up.
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Pap Souleye Fall is a Senegalese-American artist who lives and works in Dakar, Senegal. He graduated with honors from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a degree in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts and a concentration in Sculpture. In 2017, after a residency at WAAW, he participated in the Dak'art biennale twice. He is currently in the Yale University sculpture program finishing his master’s degree. His work deals with themes such as identity, suspended disbelief, and utopian/dystopian ideas of community. Growing up loving anime and manga titles such as Dragonball, Hunter x Hunter, Berserk, and Akira, Pap Souleye’s love for storytelling and visual art led him to create his own story. Oblivion Rouge was born out of his thoughts on neocolonialism and has developed into a whole universe over two years.
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