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A most enjoyable adventure to read this book.
The 1995 Rugby World Cup provides a wonderful fulcrum for Carlin to talk about South Africa and the genius of Mandela as both a man and politician.
Mr. Carlin is a wonderful story teller, and you'll feel chills as you read the many great moments he brilliantly captures in Playing the Enemy.
Nelson Mandela was a legend. He was a man worthy of iconic status. Read more
This is a wonderful story about Nelson Mandela and Springbok Rugby. It doesn't get any better than this.Published 4 months ago by Eric H. Read
I totally enjoyed the movie Invictus,but the book is about much more than the rugby game. It's about the negotiations between Mandela and the ANC on one side, and the government on... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marc Lichtman
South Africa would not have made the peaceful transition it is famed for were it not for Nelson Mandela. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gardenias
What an inspiring story of a great man who truly changed the world. This book is a great read - if you didn't know it was all true, you'd never believe it!Published 9 months ago by mommymills
Such an interesting, thoughtful portrait of the characters surrounding Mandela as he sought to save the country he had already given so much to.Published 9 months ago by Gideon B