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|Length: 192 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Any more coming Natasha? I'll keep my eyes out!
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'It was Saturday night and around a big bonfire sat all the campers from the tents and chalets. Old fables were recreated into tales that fooled most; of the wild, the brave, and the broken. Here and there laughter was swallowed by the open sky.'
Summed up, scenarios such as this showcase the quintessence of living on African soil, and despite the bloodshed and racial divides that still plague this country in the present day, as the setting of this book highlights—the energy of this continent will always pull at the hearts of those who have left its troubled shores.
As a South African who grew up in the midst of the Apartheid era, this story resonates with me. Decades on, with our motherland now currently in the grip of an undeniable 'white genocide and blatant reversal of Apartheid, it's all too easy to only see one side of the racial conundrum. In this poignant, unique and beautifully written story set on African soil, simmering racial tension is tempered by memorable characters who fiercely believe in equality for all.
I might add that immediately after reading this book, I rushed out and bought a box of Ouma rusks!!