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The Power of One & Tandia (Omnibus)

by Bryce Courtenay

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Epic tale by Bryce Courtenay spanning 2 continents - starting in South Africa in the Apartheid times and going the UK and back to South Africa. A wonderful tale.

Bryce Courtney - a wonderful story teller. ( )
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No stranger to the injustice of racial hatred in 1940s South Africa, Peekay is the only English schoolboy at an Afrikaans boarding school. Suffering at the hands of his peers he encounters amateur boxer Hoppie who inspires him with fiery ambitions.

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