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Martie Linde het 'n ongewone kinderlewe gehad en uiteindelik saam met haar oupa op 'n plaas in die Waterberge groot geword. Haar “normale lewe” in die stad word onderbreek deur 'n onverwagse oproep van die plaas af. Haar oupa se buurman begin iets wat so byna haar lewe kos. Nie eers in haar wildste drome sou sy kon raai wat in die volgende paar dae met haar gaan gebeur nie. More

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Published by Kameeldoring Boeke
Words: 67,840
Language: Afrikaans
ISBN: 9781476149387
About Makkie de Beer

My name is Makkie de Beer, a 76 year old widow with a love of poetry rhyme and a passion for writing stories. My home is the southern foothills of the mysterious Zoutpansberg in the Limpopo Province of South Africa.

I grew up at Kareepoort near Brits, my father was a farmer, Carel van Wyk and my mother Lettie hails from the diamond fields. I married my farmer / writer husband Bertus de Beer in 1953 and went on to assist him on the farm De Kroon, downstream of the Hartebeespoort Dam. On this farm along the Crocodile River, we farmed, dreamed and brought up four busy sons. They are Jaco, Karel, Bertie and Buks. (I live with my youngest son Buks and his wife Adri in Louis Trichardt). In our retirement we first stayed at Kosmos along the Western side of the Dam and later moved to Hoedspruit where my husband passed away.

From there my life made a few other twists before I ended up here in Louis Trichardt.

I love poetry and writing and this, my first "farm novel", is now available with the name "Gees van die Labrador”, meaning Spirit of the Labrador". The story concerns the fortunes of a few families in the "Riem Land" or Thong Country. This is a gripping story of the farming community around Rietfontein in the Eastern Free State. Unusual events that affected the lives of ordinary people, drastically changing their world and their lives. Join these families and enjoy their healthy innocent lifestyle, the lifestyles of our ancestors.

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Review by: Tryn Ras on July 06, 2012 :
Haai tannie Makkie,

Ek het die storie baie geniet veral die stukkie waar die twee hulle rokspante so nat gehuil het. Met die hofsaak het ek gedink daar gaan 'n kinkel in die kabel kom, wat toe nie daar was nie. Daarom wat ek nie 5 sterre toeken nie.

Die mooi fotos van die aasvoels het amper gemaak dat ek tog daardie vyfde ster vir tannie gegee het, dit is pragtig.

Dankie vir die plaas stories wat 'n mens so laat terug verlang na jou kinderjare toe.

Tryn
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Review by: Richard Barnard on May 03, 2012 :
My tannie, jy het 'n mooi storie geskryf wat my na die plaas laat verlang. Jammer jy het nie meer vertel van die aasvoels en hulle kuikens nie. Die foto's is amazing. Lekker skryf, Richard
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