TWO FEET & THE BONE TRADERS
Adventurous and inspiring, this collection of stories urges readers to reflect on the concepts of childhood, family, and community, through the author's own unique expereinces in 1960s-era South Africa.
With insight, emotion, and humour, TWO FEET takes a candid look at the realities of family life. A must read on Amazon.com
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A journey without shoes...
The Author has a way of drawing you into the emotion and stark hardship of an Africa that is fast disappearing - while the beauty of the freedom his childhood cant be missed so cant the reality of the hardship of growing up without his father. This book makes you almost smell the African bush and the delight of a child running free but with the responsibility of an early adulthood thrust upon young shoulders. An enviable childhood in some aspects but with the haunting echo of a lost father.I kept wanting to see the book in picture frame - the dust, the buck,the Mentor of the old Swazi, the early morning mist in the valley with the old bicycle on the broken road - would be the most beautiful film to record lost times.
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