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This lovely narrative tells the story of the soul of a quiet man who never hurt another human being, never complained even when he was hurt or humiliated by others, as it enters the Heavenly Court of Judgment.

©2011 One Voice Recordings (P)2011 One Voice Recordings

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An insignifican man on earth

What made the experience of listening to Bontsha the Silent the most enjoyable?

A man uncomplaingly suffering the miseries pain and poverty his fate has bestowd on him

Who was your favorite character and why?

Bontsha the silent

Which character – as performed by David Ian Davies – was your favorite?

Bontsha the silent

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Laugh and Cry

Any additional comments?

David Davies projects his narrative into the ream of this folktale as he unveils to his listeners
a mans traits and the troubl life he leads. An insignificant man on earth who lived unknown
This book is lyrical, poignant and powerful. A man uncomplaingly suffering the miseries, pain and poverty. His fate has bestowed on him. In a world too preoccupied with itself to notice the existence of his needs. This poignant and powerful rarest of books. Will reside inside you for a long time. And bring to you the realization that things indeed might happen for a reason.

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