The White Masai

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Corinne Hofmann fell in love with a Masai warrior while on holiday in Kenya. After overcoming all sorts of obstacles, she moved into a tiny shack with him and his mother, and spent four years there. Slowly the dream crumbled, and she fled back home with her baby daughter. This is her story.

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User Review  - VhartPowers - LibraryThing

It's fragmented in the beginning, I think this works out with the fact that she was learning English, but it does start to flow better as the story continues. I think the author wrote this to be a ... Read full review

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This is a memoir of a “hit-by-a-truck-in-LUV” Swiss/German woman and the Masai warrior she lusts after. Despite her protestations of love (both she for him, and he for her), there is no love here ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Corinne Hofmann has written three books based on her life story, including two sequels to "The White Masai--Back from Africa, " which is a bestseller in Germany, and "Reunion in Barsaloi", which was released in 2005. She lives with her teenage daughter in Switzerland.

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