Wikipedia has a nice picture of a baobab tree you can gaze upon to enhance your listening experience, if only to give you an idea of the size of the thing. (At least it’s there at the time of this writing — with Wikipedia, you never know.)
The Heart of Tu’a Halaita
by Tara Kolden
“You are a thief,” the native translator repeated. “There are two things my people say about the tree god. The first is that no one who steals from him goes unpunished.”
Heglund’s eyes narrowed. “And what is the other?”
Callala looked at the dirt floor inside the priest’s hut. His voice was quiet. “They say the taste of a man’s blood stirs the heart of Tu’a Halaita. After a single bite, he will have no satisfaction until the whole man is eaten.”
About the Author
You’re going to be home by 8, listening to the Talking Heads and reading Vonnegut or something. That sounds like a nice night. Nobody normal ever accomplished anything meaningful in this world.
About the Narrator
Kris “KJ” Johnson is a husband, father, podcaster, gamer, wannabe writer, cat owner and geek dilettante.