In the book publishing world, reviews say a lot about the way a written work is perceived by readers. So when a case arises when a work is hardly a day old and gets a review that is ten months old, it raises red flags. Why the sudden appearance of the review that has a complete disconnect to the book? And above all, why a bad review that is connected to a previous bad review about the author's work?
That is the case with the book Cameroon: France's Failed Puppet System in Africa. A cryptic situation, one can only conclude because there are no clear answers to it. But one thing for sure is the fact that Cameroon: France's Failed Puppet System in Africa opens the chapter of a hidden truth that has governed the post-colonial relationship between France and its former colonies and territories in Africa, especially Cameroon, a hidden truth that the masters and puppeteers of the mafia governing Franco-African relationship over the past six decades would prefer to conceal from the rest of the world that has a conscience, a questioning mind, a demanding voice, an indomitable spirit and a sense of justice.
At the end of the day, we cannot help but wonder if there is a connection between the powers that be in the whole affair---I mean the forces in Elysee in France, the retailer and the puppets in Cameroon.