Zoom September Book Club

September Book Club


Join us on September 7, at 6:30 pm, with the author, Emmanuel Kulu, Jr., to discuss his book, I, Pharoah: Rise to Power.

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About the book

This written Masterpiece brings to light the accurate imagery of African kings never seen before by the western world. The novel is a fast-paced powerful story of epic battles based on the Historical rise of the Queen-Pharaoh Hatshepsut and expansionist Warrior-Pharaoh "Thutmose III," who is also called the "Napoleon of Egypt."

A prophecy is given to the sorcerer by way of a dream about a coming birth of a child that would become a mighty conqueror of nations, Black Pharaoh. But his birth would be darkened with betrayal, deceit, and eminent death to the royal throne.

A book destined to leave a legacy...


About the Author

Author Emmanuel Kulu, Jr. is an African Historian/Author of Cameroonian descent (Zulu/Bantu Tribe). As a career social worker, Kulu has a deep passion for history and the creative arts. Kulu began his professional creative career with film writing and acting with films like The Rize & Fall of Tephlon Ent., Bug Love, and The First Purge.

In more recent years, Kulu turned his focus to his African lineage. After several years of deep study and research of great African kingdoms, Kulu was drawn to Ancient Egypt as the monarch of African Studies & Antiquities. Kulu questioned the validity of prior novel and film depictions of the ancient Egyptians who were, in fact, African people.

As an African Historian, Kulu has traveled the country giving lectures, seminars, and conferences on the miseducation of African history at various high schools, colleges, and universities. Based on his thorough research, Kulu created a historical fiction based on true events, "I, Black Pharaoh: Rise to Power (2020)" & "I, Black Pharaoh: Golden Age of Triumph (2021)". Both novels restore the true African imagery of Ancient Egypt (Kemet).

September Book Club