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  • Karoo Boy: A Novel | Troy Blacklaws

    Karoo Boy: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Troy Blacklaws
    • Narrated By Ulli Pohl
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    When his twin brother dies in a freak accident, Douglas’ life begins to unravel. His mother leaves his father, taking Douglas with her to live in the Karoo region, a harsh desert landscape that is a far cry from Cape Town and the seaside life Douglas has always known. In this small village that is wary of outsiders, he makes two friends who change his life forever: a beautiful girl named Marika and an old man named Moses. Immersed in rich language and vivid detail, and set against the backdrop of 1970s South Africa, Karoo Boy is the story of a young man finding his way in the midst of chaos and loss.

  • Cruel Crazy Beautiful World: A Novel | Troy Blacklaws

    Cruel Crazy Beautiful World: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Troy Blacklaws
    • Narrated By Eugene H. Russell IV
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    Two characters navigate the post-apartheid South African landscape in this haunting story of the injustice that still simmers below the country’s surface. In Troy Blacklaws’ ambitious novel, the lives of two African men run parallel, exposing the tensions that rumble at South Africa’s post-apartheid core.

  • Blood Orange: A Novel | Troy Blacklaws

    Blood Orange: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Troy Blacklaws
    • Narrated By Neal Ghant
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    Gecko's childhood is one of sheltered, almost magical innocence on a farm in Natal. He spends his days taking barefoot expeditions with his dogs and his nights listening to Springbok Radio, unaware of the cruel force in his life that apartheid will soon become. With the start of high school in the Cape, Gecko is thrust into a political and personal awakening that is both tragic and heartfelt. With conscription into the South African army looming over him, Gecko's future is as uncertain as his country's.

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