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By Adrina Smith on November 1, 2014Format: Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseThis book will take you on a quest for actuality. I was simply drawn in from the page to the last. The descriptive and narrative steps taken to absorb the reader with the simplicity of survival but embarks on the empowerment through slavery and civil rights.
The hardship detailed from Knox Mahlaba, who has loved, lost, rebuilt and matured through obstacles.
“Freedom a costly preoccupation, using the past to shepherd the future.”
“Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument”