'The whole is always the sum of its parts, which this slim book strives to capture with a sense of awareness, understanding, love and sadness. What emerges is a book that will provoke, make laugh and sadden in equal measure, those who are wise enough to read it.'
Africa World Review
'... it is lightness of touch which carries his points about the unfulfilled promises of independence far more powerfully than rage or the dour functionality of political language ever can.'
Weekly Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg)
'He has certainly rejected the tug toward political précis and the temptation to write blandly.'
World Literature Today
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