Burning Bright

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Kwela, 2004 - Fiction - 299 pages
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Danny Rothbart is good-looking, bright, popular teenager living in Yeoville, Johannesburg, in the seventies. It seems he has the world at his feet - except for one little problem. He's having trouble losing his virginity, and the shame of the situation threatens his world. Unable to talk to his old-fashioned parents, Danny seeks guidance from the one adult in his life he can trust: charismatic, politically liberal Uncle Harold. But the suave, worldly Uncle Harold has another agenda. He is a serial child molester, and soon he draws Danny into a sickeningly manipulative abusive relationship.

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
15
Section 3
26
Copyright

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Barry Levy is a South African journalist.

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