the destruction of Zimbabwe is Godwin's artistry in simultaneously placing
it in the context of history and of individual lives. He misses
nothing...Above all, he plainly loves Africa...'
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Tremendously moving. Though I've never even been to Africa, it's so evocative. It's all about attachment to home, and what it means to belong somewhere.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I can smell and feel Africa whenever I read peters books, makes me long for sun, mazowe orange and old friends.Published 3 months ago
A memoir of Mugabe's Zimbabwe, written by a journalist who grew up there but moved aboard, centred around the declining lives of his parents in Harare. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard Byrne
A good book. With two stories in one - the author's partly jewish background through his Polish farther, and the author's family's story in Zimbabwe, and that country's development... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Victor
Fantastic. Can enough good things about it. I am stunned some of these events are hardly in the news of the western world. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer