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This 1981 novel by this Pulitzer Prize winning South African novelist was an uncomfortable read.
Bottom line is that I kept reading (if it had been really bad, I would have discarded it on page 5) and the impressions it made will stay with me a long time.
At times, it was kind of boring because I felt there was nothing much going on in the story and even the end, I was disappointed.
shipping took some time but for a used book i am completely satisfied. book was is very good condition. no writings no pages missing not much wear and tear. Read morePublished 4 months ago by sanjeev
When I first read "July's People," right after it was published, I was truly impressed. After all these years, however, history has marched on and the novel seems fairly... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary F. Sasse
Even though the setting is Africa, Gardiner places the reader in the story. The reader is impelled to ask the questions" How would I react if my infrastructure came crashing... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Maureen Cooper
This is the first of her books that I read and to me It was the most interesting. After some events not entirely clear to me, the white population of South Africa is on the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James C. Casterline
Always a pleasure to read Nadine's writing. I read this book years ago and recently reread it. It made for a rather harrowing read especially as I am a South African. Read morePublished 5 months ago by catherine heukelman
am looking forward to finiushing it and giving it to others to share.Published 6 months ago by bar bara bir