Experience post-WWII Africa through the eyes of characters who unearth the painful secrets of those times:
• Shiya, a white newborn rescued from an intended grave, who lives five idyllic years in the bush before she is captured, tormented, and eventually freed.
• Anele, the black runaway slave who saves Shiya's life and suffers the consequences for the rest of her days.
• Alan Hallworthy, the wealthy, cruel plantation owner who lusts for the bodies of young girls, even that of his own five-year-old daughter.
• Brianna, Shiya's modern-day daughter who is mystified by her mother’s secrets and never stops trying to reveal the truth.
Lucia Mann's story exposes South Africa's crimes against humanity during and after British colonial rule. It takes you through a roller coaster of emotions as it describes South Africa from post-WWII to the modern day.
Format: 6" x 9" Trade Paper