My Brother's Book

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Picador Africa, 2008 - Brothers and sisters - 253 pages
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'My Brother's Book' tells the story of betrayal and atonement that spans the lives of two siblings from their nomadic childhood in the Eastern Cape in the 1960s, to their adulthood in 2004 in Johannesburg.

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User Review  - JudyCroome - LibraryThing

As an exploration of the capricious nature of truth and perception surrounding relationships and personal experiences of life-shaping events, MY BROTHERíS BOOK is an absorbing read. Rich in detail ... Read full review

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User Review  - Caroline Sautereau-manowe - Goodreads

I found her writing style to be incredibly difficult to read, and therefore could not finish the book. Despite enjoying the story line, I really struggled to get as far as I did (page 72 out of 220-odd) and that doesn't often happen. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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