REVIEW ☆ The Burning Land

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Control'Gripping' Guardian'Pacy and stylish' Jeremy Vine'It was never meant to be like this Sabotage yes Propaganda yes All of that and but not this Not murder'South Africa has become a powder keg Its precious land is being sold off to the highest bidders while the country's corrupt elite pocket the profits As the dreams and hopes of its people are threatened frustration turns to violence With the shocking murder of one of the country's bright young hopes the fuse is well and truly litConflict mediator Lindi and her childhood friend Kagiso find themselves in the heart of the chaos fighting to save themselves and their country as events are set in motion that no one least of all they can contro. I'm only half way through and this book written by a well known news man is a good read about the internal problems in South Africabut basically occurs in many countries corruption and greed I'm enjoying it so far

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The Burning Land'Gripping' Guardian'Pacy and stylish' Jeremy Vine'It was never meant to be like this Sabotage yes Propaganda yes All of that andbut not this Not murder'South Africa has become a powder keg Its precious land is being sold off to the highest bidders while the country's corrupt elite pocket the profits As the dreams and hopes of its people are threatened frustration turns to violence With the shocking murder of one of the country's bright young hopes the fuse is well and truly litConflict mediator Lindi and her childhood friend Kagiso find themselves in the heart The Burning PDFEPUB or of the chaos fighting to save themselves and their country as events are set in motion that no one least of all t. How about this for a great opening sentence of a book “Lesedi Motlantshe’s murder was one of those pivotal moments that seemed destined to change the course of a country’s trajectory” The country is South Africa and the novel – Alagiah’s first – takes the reader on an intriguing journey which is mostly a thriller but also takes in racial prejudice politics corruption apartheid and personal grief and love There is a wide ranging cast of characters The author is well on top of the subject having spent many years in South Africa as the BBC’s correspondent there before becoming – as everybody knows – a news reader The book builds to a tense – and unexpected climax An acclaimed writer The Burning Land zooms along nicely and there is many a deft turn of phrase I have to declare an interest – the author is a friend – but I would say just the same even if he weren’t

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REVIEW ☆ The Burning Land ¼ [Reading] ➷ The Burning Land By George Alagiah – Dcmdirect.co.uk 'Gripping' Guardian'Pacy and stylish' Jeremy Vine'It was never meant to be like this Sabotage yes Propaganda yes All of that andbut not this Not murder'South Africa has become a powder keg Its preciou 'Gripping' Guardian'Pacy and stylish' Jeremy VHey can control'Gripping' Guardian'Pacy and stylish' Jeremy Vine'It was never meant to be like this Sabotage yes Propaganda yes All of that and but not this Not murder'South Africa has become a powder keg Its precious land is being sold off to the highest bidders while the country's corrupt elite pocket the profits As the dreams and hopes of its people are threatened frustration turns to violence With the shocking murder of one of the country's bright young hopes the fuse is well and truly litConflict mediator Lindi and her childhood friend Kagiso find themselves in the heart of the chaos fighting to save themselves and their country as events are set in motion that no one least of all they can. Well written and a page turner