#2. It was almost as good as Power of One & continued the story line which left me wanting more. Throughout both books there was great detail given in every area.
But the ending of Tandia seemed rushed through the last 2-3 chapters. Then just ended with a fizzle - a half hearted promise for the future of South Africa.
Just a bit more time spent with the path of woman, Tandia would have left an ongoing picture in our story telling brains, of what could be. I felt cheated after following the characters on such a long & treacherous path! To read these long epic stories, the reader is 'greatly invested' & to be let down put me in a gloomy mood for a couple of days.
Some early characters should have been re-introduced, such as Hoppy.
Narration was surperb.
Probably not. Best to leave Peekay to the first book. The Power of One
Yes, & just as good.
Peekay, but tell him to leave Tandia alone.
Bryce seems overly caught up in foul language & blaming religion for most everything. The story could be told to a wider audience, especially teenagers without so much demeaning language. I agree that often times religion is used as a tool or a battering ram for people to use to justify their thoughts & actions.
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