418 pages. Softcover. Very good condition. AFRICA. Growing up in Rhodesia in the 1960s, Peter Godwin inhabited a magical and frightening world or leopard-hunting, lepers, witch doctors, snakes, and forest fires. As an adolescent, a conscripted boy-soldier caught in the middle of a vicious civil war, and then as an adult who returned to Zimbabwe as a journalist to cover the bloody transition to majority black rule, he discovered a land stalked by death and danger. "A book that goes to the heart of the white experience in the long death-throes of Rhodesia."-James MacManus, The Times. (Key Words: Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Peter Godwin, Africa, War, Memoirs).
Very Good. 0330339842 The book is in very good condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The cover and spine have some wear but remain intact. The book has been read with care. Re-Read is a social enterprise-giving unloved books a new life. Our aim is to re-use, re-distribute or re-cycle books so that we reduce waste and make a difference to literacy, educational achievement or quality of life in our local area. All overseas shipping is by Air Mail.
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