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A truly disturbing read, in that it stared itself in the mirror and honestly judged its own reflection, unflinchingly. At times the morose state of the writer was too much for me, but that is of course to be expected when dealing with such an explosive topic such as the state of Rhodesia post liberation. Yes, it was a hard read, but honesty is usually cumbersome and unnerving. I found myself having so much empathy for every character, slaves to their own misfortune as it may be. I recommend this to anyone who can 'Handle the Truth'.
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