Africa's Unfinished SymphonyA Witch Doctor's Power and His Ancient Ways Cruelly Collide with the Force and Authority of Modern Africa.While the tale in South Africa in the wake of World War 11 is riveting, violent, and cruel, it also is brimming with stories of kindness, compassion, and courage.
Africa's Unfinished Symphony highlights commanding character who not only bring haunting racial clashes to life but also convey the intense conflicts that existed between archaic customs and modern influences. You will be captivated as you follow the convoluted path of Farida of the ancients battling to become Bertha of the modern world. But are the outcomes of her struggles the best results for her and her beloved Africa? This book will immerse you in historic African themes that will jolt you out of complacency and into compassion.LUCIA MANN is a former British journalist and the author of two previous African-set novels devoted to slavery and racial prejudice. Beside and Ocean of Sorrow and Rented Silence (CBC Book Award winner). Born in British Colonial South Africa in the wake of World War 11, Mann saw and felt firsthand the pain and suffering of those who were treated as inferior because of the color of their skin. She currently resides in British Columbia, Canada, where she is fine-tuning her next African novel, The Smoldering Fire of the Unforgiving.Visit www.luciamann.comfor more information on how you can help alleviate the scourge of modern-day slavery.