Azanian Bridges Paperback – 1 Apr 2016
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About the Author
Nick Wood is a London-based photographer whose work spans a broad range of subjects, from portraiture to architecture. His particular fascination with 3600 photography led to this series of books.
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The world-building is packed with loving detail, and this is one of the strengths of the work: it is a fully-realised world with plausible international politics. The action centers around Martin, a psychologist and his patient Sibusiso. The two lives become entangled, set into motion by an invention of Martins called an EE box. Events in their individual lives parallel each other, but also demonstrate the socio-cultural, emotional and even legal differences that exist due to the racial differences between the two. At the same time you are struck with the similarities between them.
My only criticism would be that at times (not very often) the EE box acts more as a McGuffin.
(Disclosure: I know the writer, but I had nothing to do with the book and I bought the copy myself.)
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