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This story is so beautiful and the reading is very well done.
The characters in the book demonstrate the struggle of humanity to overcome pain and suffering through forgiveness, redemption and love.
Cry the beloved Country, By Alan Paton, is a beautifullly written story of the conflict in South Africa in the 20th century.
I've read this before; but it didn't have the same power it did this time...Maybe being older and more familiar with apartheid and the "isms" truly gave this work more... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Donald Taylor
A beautifully written story of life in South Africa from the perspective of an aging Chrstian Zulu minister. Grabs your heart and leaves you thinking.Published 14 days ago by Paul S.
I just couldn't finish it. It lost my interest. Actually, it never captured my interest. Such a highly rated book, but I don't know why. I never even "got the point". Read morePublished 14 days ago by bebethreads
A unique read. If you have ever been to South Africa, you will love it.Published 16 days ago by Wild Turkey
This book was written in the year of my birth, 1948, and it has moved me as no other in my 66 years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kersi F. Munshi
This was our book club selection. It was so moving and so beautifully presented, it truly was a work of art. May our hearts be knit to Mr. Kumalo and Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It was a great book to read. A lot of history about how Africa developed. A touching story and an unbelievable ending