Panadelo pulls no punches, whether it be chapter that involves poverty, hooligan behaviour, broken relationships or under-age sex.
The first section of Athene’s Prophecy will appeal greatly to those interested in the discussion of philosophies of the ancient Greeks, or in the military strategies of the ancient Roman armies. Athene’s Prophecy, delivered to young Gaius, sets the plot for all three books of the trilogy. Gaius is sent for training and education to … Continue reading Athene’s Prophecy, by Ian J MILLER
"...I would sooner lie choking in my own blood upon the ground than betray the principle on which all this stands – that is, first and last, the rule of law."
Gattis presents, from the points of view of many residents of differing ethnic groups,the actions of gangs and individuals in the area which took advantage of the enraged riot in Los Angeles 1991, to battle as they fought to take revenge, or increase their territory. This new angle gives a gut-wrenching reveal of the gang mentality … Continue reading All Involved – Ryan GATTIS
Te Rakau Whakapapa – The Generation Stick – a story of courage Author Wikitoria Dansey Te Rakau Whakapapa is a multi generational story of historical fiction, set in what is now known as the Bay of Plenty NZ, home of the Arawa and Mataatua peoples, depicts events typical of tikanga Māori, especially of te … Continue reading TE RAKAU WHAKAPAPA – The Generation Stick – a story of courage
My first reading of this ethnic fiction was as a bowdlerised version within a Readers' Digest compilation of novels. At the time, I did no research into the reader or its back ground, taking it at face vlue - the account of a child of Cherokee heritage growing up in backwoods Tennessee during the Depression. … Continue reading The Education of Little Tree by Asa Carter / pen name Forrest Carter