The Cry Of The Kuaka

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
From rural Korea, to the brothels and POW camps of Yokohama, to the United Sates and the Southern Alps of NZ; then ultimately climaxing at Cape Reinga, this is a story of endurance, honour and shame. Set against the Japanese annexation of Korea, WW2 and the Korean War, it is a story of the modern world: a world without boundary; a world where culture and identity confuse and collide. More

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Words: 91,740
Language: English (New Zealand dialect)
ISBN: 9780473317829
About Roly Andrews

After a career in finance, taking him to Australia, the United Kingdom and then back to NZ; Roly Andrews now works in recruitment. He lives in Nelson, New Zealand with his wife and daughter. In his spare time Roly enjoys the mountains, likes to watch cricket and rugby and spend time with his family.

After previously mentoring rough sleepers in London and supporting people and families affected by suicide, Roly is now a keen advocate for the rights of people living with disabilities.

The cry of the Kuaka is his first published novel

Reviews

Review by: Carley Forsyth on Sep. 04, 2015 :
What a great read! Very descriptive - I could see it all happening before my eyes. I shead a tear on more than two occasions . What courageous and humble women they all were! Well done Roly Andrews on your first book! Look forward to reading more from you! Sooner rather than later!
Cheers!
(review of free book)

Review by: Katehay on April 01, 2015 :
Roly Andrews is a natural born story teller with an amazing active imagination.
I was taken back by the strength of the characters and how they all came alive during the story.
At times the suspense was palatable and I could feel the pain of the principal characters.
For a first novel I was suitably impressed and will definitely read his next.
Gripping!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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