Morse’s writing is as beautiful as the story is abrasive. We follow the story of Isaac Muthethe who escapes apartheid South Africa to Botswana in the mid-1970s, and an intersecting story of ex-pat American Alice. There is an authentic sense of the place and times, revealing the immoral politics of S. Africa juxtaposed to Botswana which was ruled by a black African married to a white Brit. Morse writes with insight into the land, its people, culture and politics.
A favourite quote: "... in everyone there sleeps a life unlived, as it might be lived if one were loved." (p.104)
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