Bright Shadows

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Annetjie Myburgh is the only child of a National Party Cabinet Minister. Ricardo Titus is a revolutionary who have given up his studies to join the struggle for independence. Annetjie’s father has all the sinister power of the apartheid regime at his disposal to crush those in the struggle; what will he do when his own daughter is involved? More

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Words: 41,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311107916
About James Forson

James Forson spends a great deal of time near the centre of an intricate Venn diagram where management consulting, fiction writing, business writing, education governance, organic vegetables and procrastination meet.

He was born in Worcester, South Africa in 1955. His early work experience was in the mining, steel, pharmaceutical and banking industries. For the past 23 years he has been an independent management consultant. He is married to Merle. They have an adult son, Tim. They live in Johannesburg.

He likes to say that he knows very little about a great many things.

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Review by: Simon Gifford on Jan. 04, 2016 :
A Really gripping tale that pushes you inexorably to the staggering climax. For those South Africans who lived through the era from apartheid to democracy in SA, your memories will be stirred (and probably shaken).
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

Review by: AlanGilbertson on Nov. 15, 2015 :
Did you hear the sound of pages flying?

This powerful blend of drama, political intrigue and romance is set amidst the horrors of apartheid South Africa. The author accurately paints moving insights into the prevailing social issues, drawing on rich prose and accurate vernacular. The result? A story to move the hardest heart.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

Review by: Philip van den Heever on Nov. 07, 2015 :
A chilling reminder of the iron grip that South Africa was held in by the Apartheid government. Fast paced and well written by a well informed author. Definitely worth a read if you enjoy historically accurate novels. Highly recommended.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)

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