Nearly fifty years after independence, a revolt is raging in Cameroon and could leave the country anemic. A brutal revolution is on the way: Mbang Zoa saw it in his dream, during one of his nightly journeys. Mbang Zoa, the prodigal warlock, initiated since his tender childhood by his uncle, witnessed the unraveling of violence, hecatombs, and the tetany of a country that has gotten stuck into its issues of domestic policy and has sunk into psychoses. Mbang Zoa knows it, change is necessary. But he is also convinced of the pointlessness of weapons. Now, the big question is: how do we remedy this upcoming disaster and silence the dissensions to put Cameroon back on the tracks? Political fiction on the contemporary and past Cameroonian society, EVOU, the Mystical Journey tightly binds the Romanesque to the Reflexive. Earnestly describing the ailments that are gangrening his country (neocolonialism, corruption), anticipating the social and harsh movements that are preying on him, Thomas Mveng, through the magical character of Mbang Zoa -but also through the suggestive magic behind any fictional work- imagines a solution to these threats which are lingering over an entire nation.