Her new novel, Midnight and the Meaning of Love is Sister Souljah’s best story-telling yet. It is amazingly written, smart, erotic and still street enough for her fans from Brooklyn to Compton, London to Cairo, San Paulo to Johannesburg to enjoy and devour.
Souljah has created a powerful character, protagonist and unexpected hero, Midnight, a teenaged, African born Muslim who, fights, thinks, builds, works his way through every challenge that confronts him and his family. Whether he is on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, Tokyo, Japan, or Seoul, South Korea, this Ninjutsu trained young warrior is cool, sharp, warm and deadly. There is no character in American literature like Midnight. There is no other novel like this one.