Revolving around a group of students who are caught up in South Africa's political uprising in 1976, this novel focuses on the parallels drawn between apartheid and experiences in Stalinist Greece. It is a moving story of bravery, betrayal, and unrequited love in which the despair and danger of the characters' lives mirror each other. An inspired study in moral uncertainty, it reveals the conflicting nature of political and sexual choices and their unforeseen consequences.
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Gerald Kraak is head of the South African office of Atlantic Philanthropies, an international charitable organization, and has worked in the anti-apartheid movement. He has published two books on South African politics and has directed a documentary film on gay conscripts in the apartheid army.Review:
"Its bold narrative and taut writing make for an assured and compelling novel." —Professor Bhekisizwe Peterson, EU Literary Award Judge
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