Rage

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Heinemann, Apr 30, 1987 - Fiction - 640 pages
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In the decades after World War II, South Africa struggles against the tribal violence at its hot heart. It is a conflict vividly mirrored by one family--the Courtneys--unified by a magnificent rage to live, shattered by a lust for power. Reissue.

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Rage

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Smith continues the family saga set in South Africa which he began in The Burning Shore and The Power of the Sword. This new novel focuses on the half brothers, Shasa Courtney and Manfred De La Rey ... Read full review

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Interesting story, very political. This is not one of my favorite Courtney books. I found the characters dull, the focus seemed to be more on what was going on around them instead of focusing on themselves. Read full review

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Novelist Wilbur Smith was born in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia on January 9, 1933. He graduated from Rhodes University. He has writen more than 20 novels, which have been translated into 26 different languages. The Dark Side of the Sun, Wild Justice, and Shout at the Devil have all been adapted as films.

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