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Another triumph for the Keating sisters,
This review is from: A Durable Fire (Paperback)
I usually find that sequels are agreat disappointment but this book is an exception. How do you follow such a wonderful book as 'Blood Sisters'? Barbara and Stephanie Keating know just how.
Most of the story takes place in Kenya following independence.Hannah, an Afrikaans, is struggling to preserve her farm which suffers a series of attacks. Sarah, after suffering the tragic loss of her fiance is rebuilding her life as a photographer studying elephant behaviour. Camilla is a super-model with a celebrity lifestyle in London but the love of the country of her childhood keeps drawing her back.
The descriptive text puts many a travelogue to shame. it's a big book - a saga - but I could not put it down.
This is the Keating sisters' third book and each one is wonderfully entertaining. In addition to 'Blood Sisters' they have also written a marvellous book 'To my daughter in France'. Do yourself a favour and read all three.