The sequel to "The Power of One". Tandia, a beautiful Afro-Indian girl, is raped by South African police. Consumed by hatred for the white man, she finds refuge in a brothel deep in the veldt, where she trains as a terrorist. Then she meets Peekay, and their relationship has profound consequences.The sequel to "The Power of One". Tandia, a beautiful Afro-Indian girl, is raped by South African police. Consumed by hatred for the white man, she finds refuge in a brothel deep in the veldt, where she trains as a terrorist. Then she meets Peekay, and their relationship has profound consequences.Read Less
Very Good in None Issued jacket. 899 pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout. Sequel To The Power Of One: Half Indian, Half African And Beautiful, Tandia Is Just A Teenager When She Is Brutally Attacked And Violated By The South African Police.
Poor. Some foxing at edges and beginning pages. Reading text is clean. Publisher: Mandarin; Publish Year: 1992; Book Condition: acceptable Publisher: Mandarin; PublishYear: 1992; Book Condition: acceptable;
this is about the 6th Bryce Coutenay book i have read and they get better and better
a brilliant read
Jun 1, 2009
Tandia is the wonderful sequel to Bryce Courtenay's book "The Power Of One".
Peekay's life continues on into adulthood where he is challenged by the laws and beliefs of the South African society. Through his boxing and education peekay continues his quest for the power of good to win over the power of bad.
The excellent descriptions of the landscape by which the story takes place will transports the reader into a new and enchanting world.
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