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Yayıncı Atlantic Books ( 09 / 2011 ) ISBN 9781906994235 | Ciltli | 15,8x23,39x1,7 cm. | İngilizce | 320 Sayfa | Türler Roman Öykü
A sequel to Salt and Honey, continuing Koba and Mannie's epic tale of escape, love, and survival in apartheid South Africa
Now I must go back to squat in the sand with my people; I must get my water from roots and my food with a bow and arrow. But I am toothpaste now; I have been squeezed. I cannot go back in the tube.
1966: Koba, a teenage San girl, is being forcibly repatriated to the lands of the Kalahari Desert after her love affair with Mannie, a white boy, is discovered. Escaping her captors she must search the desert and find her tribe to survive. But after years living among whites, Koba fears she doesn't fit into either community anymore. When she finally finds her drought-stricken people, she brings with her the longed-for rain. But Koba, who longs to be reunited with Mannie, cannot find any peace in her joyful homecoming. Suddenly, tribal tensions boil over as Koba's presence draws her old captors to the tribe with tragic consequences. Beautiful and dramatic, this is the second stand alone novel in the trilogy that follows two star-crossed lovers struggling to be reunited.