The Uncle's Story
Set in the war-torn jungles of Vietnam and in presentday New Zealand and North America, Witi Ihimaera's new novel confronts Maori attitudes toward sexuality and masculinity and contains some of the author's most passionate writing to date.
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Up until today, I had been taking infrequent dips into this book whenever I had time to spend on myself during work days - the book was in my truck but I really enjoyed what I read whenever I read it ... Read full review
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