THE VASE with the MANY COLOURED MARBLES.
The VASE with the MANY COLOURED MARBLES
consists of two books.
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The Writers Digest Self Published Book Awards awarded the book a rating of 3 out of 5.
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The VASE with the MANY COLOURED MARBLES.
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The WRITERS DIGEST.
This proved to be an excellent story and a great concept in the form of Book 1 and Book 2 – mother and daughter, race relations, and race relations across national landscapes. The author has put a lot of elements for a compelling story in place here. There’s romance, tension, a strong climax, historical references – really, a writer could not have stumbled upon a better story concept for a piece of historical fiction. And the author gives us characters that we can easily root for, which is a credit to the writing. The characters are also easy to relate to.
We all have read many stories about Cinderella, but this was an enjoyable read about a South African Cinderella. I do not want to tell you more about this wonderful story, other than to say - enjoy a well written "Tale of Two" and all of their friendships and connections.
Koos van der Merwe
How did a young Coloured girl like Emily Kleintjies, who became EMMA KLINE, hide her racial qualification for so long?
Answer: Emma had help. In the same way there were secret organisations like the Broederbond and that Nazi organisation, the Ossewabrandwag in South Africa, there were also secret organisations that worked against the Apartheid system. Their members could be found in all levels of society, even in the Government.
A young boy, with the surname, de Klerk who studied at the Potchefstroom University, used to sunbathe at the swimming pool at our house whenever he visited the very beautiful young girl that lived next door to us. I will never forget his words, "My father and Uncle are far more liberal than they appear to be."
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