Tristan Steyn has two dreams. To represent his country in international competition and to grade as the youngest nidan in the history of his karate club. When be becomes involved in a violent encounter with the brother of a fellow karateka, he fully expects to be dropped from the National Team selections. But Tristan is stunned when his mentor, Shihan Dean Stander, exacts a much harsher punishment. Hurt and angry, Tristan goes from being bright and hard working to sullen and difficult almost overnight. As friends and family begin to give up on him, tragedy strikes and Tristan is forced to show a strength of character and the emotional maturity of one far beyond his years. But is it too late to redeem himself in the eyes of his hero?
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Karen van Wyk grew up in South Africa and Zambia and is currently living and working in the UK. She is an artist and web content writer. Sanchin is her first novel.
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