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'If you love last summer's THE HELP, try the HOUSEMAID'S DAUGHTER by Barbara Mutch... The friendship at its centre will leave your singing.' (Good Reads)
'This debut novel has echoes of Kathryn Stockett's THE HELP and is equally compelling... Ada's story is both an enjoyable and a very moving one, told with sensitivity and feeling.' (Welovethisbook.com)
A South African THE HELP, THE HOUSEMAID'S DAUGHTER is a startling and thought-provoking debut novel which intricately portrays the drama, dynamics and heartbreak of two women against the backdrop of a beautiful yet divided land.See all Product Description
MAKES ME UNDERSTAND THE WHAT BLACK AND INDEGINOUS PEOPLE SUFFERED IN THEIR OWN COUNTRYPublished 26 days ago by Madonna S.
I loved this book and will read it several times, that is why I gave it five stars. The way it is written is marvellous, seen from so many different sides apartheid is a dreadful... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wyn
This will stay with me for sometime....absolutely fantastic reading. The highs and lows, suspense, anger, humour, love just beautiful depiction of life's challengesPublished 5 months ago by Pos-i-tive
This is a brilliantly written book - compelling reading and delivered in excellent condition with speedy deliveryPublished 6 months ago by Pete Mooney
It is an uplifting and inspirational book. It is written in a smooth and descriptive narrative a must read!Published 6 months ago by CM
A good read but all the time waiting for something exciting to happen which never really did.Published 7 months ago by Anita Finlay
Absolutely loved this book. I could not put it down - the only complaint was that I did not want it to end. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Orna
One of the best books that I have ever read and I am an avid reader. I grew up in the 1940's and 50's and remember hearing about apartheid. Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. T. Leigh