This third exciting Spellcasters fantasy introduces a powerful new character. When shy Tam arrives at Ravenscroft school, she is surprised, and suspicious, at being befriended by two super-cool girls. What do they want from her? And are the incredible things they can do real … or is Tam imagining them?
Anele is sexually abused by her uncle as a girl, and her whole life is poisoned. She grows up cold and unfriendly. But as an adult, she meets Thami. Will this charming man be able to melt her frozen heart? What will it take for her to lower her guard?
Dennis, who is white, can’t bear his white friend Attie’s racism anymore. So he thinks up a detailed plan of action that’s sure to prove to Attie how wrong racism is. But things do not go as they are supposed to … not at all!
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This book is Michelle’s fight to be herself again. Of the taint she feels, despite the support and resources at her disposal as the loved child of a successful middle-class family. Of the fall-out to friendships, job, identity. It’s Michelle’s brave way of standing up for the many women in South Africa who are raped every day.
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