“It is a wonderful collection of poetry to read and cherish. Mphahlele is a truly inspiring writer.” Nthabiseng Moreosele, Sowetan. “This is one of those rare works where one can rightly be extravagant with adoration. One has to read the book to appreciate its depth. It is a call to action for freedom as it is a cry for reconciliation. It is a quest for cultural revolution. It is profoundly moving.” Khathu Mamaila, Deputy Editor, City Press “It is remarkable poetry by a freedom fighter who has swapped the barrel of a gun for the power of the pen.” Sam Mathe, Sunday Sun “Letlapa Mphahlele pours out his heart to reflect the tragedy of a daring, self-sacrificing cadre and patriot who has seen everything he fought for dissipate into nothing. This is poetry that shocks in its self-revelation. It can only help us to get back to the right path.” Sandile Memela, Author “Tribute to Sobukwe and The Children of Israel are among some of poems I chose to read. These poems carry a message that is sweet to the ears. A message that quenches one’s thirst and irrigates one’s heart with pleasure. The writer is a genius. No soothsayers need to be approached. For that matter even the highest judge can testify to this.” Israel Nkate, Rootz Magazine “Many speakers often quote from Shakespeare. It is my contention that we have our Mphahlele to quote from with his latest book.” Eric Naki, Political Editor, Daily Dispatch
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