My Soul to Keep
|Genre||Science Fiction, Horror|
|Media type||Print (paperback)|
|Followed by||The Living Blood (2001)|
My Soul to Keep is a 1997 novel by American writer Tananarive Due. A film version of this book is in production with actor Blair Underwood. It is the first book in Due's African Immortals Series and was followed by The Living Blood (2001). The third book in the series, Blood Colony, was published in 2008.
- Joy R. Sewing, "'My Soul to Keep' satisfies after good scare", Houston Chronicle (1997)
- Review on DarkEcho by Paula Guran
- Nehanda Imara, "What Price Eternity?", Metroactive Books (1997)
- TANANARIVE DUE: Unique Name for a New Dark Star by Paula Guran on DarkEcho.com (1997)
- Tananarive Due: 'My Soul to Keep' on NPR, All Things Considered, October 31, 1997 (Audio)
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