The Sunburnt Queen: A True Story

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Jacana, 2004 - History - 375 pages
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A seven-year-old English girl, washed up on the Wild Coast in about 1736, is adopted by the amaMpondo, grows up to become a woman of surpassing beauty, marries the chief of the clan and becomes an ancestor of many of the Xhosa royal families.

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User Review  - Pamela Bundy - Goodreads

BORING....sounds interesting when you read the introduction. There is approx 30 pages about the Sunburnt Queen...if you like South African history and shipwrecks..you will enjoy this book! Read full review

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User Review  - Phillipa - Goodreads

I loved this book! Okay so it is not an easy read, like a fictional book would be. It was quite hard going in some places, and because of our trip, I ended up reading it in two halves. Still, it is ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Hazel Crampton is an artist. She lives in Cape Town.

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