“In an age when we are ever more targeted and profiled and mined for information, reading a book allows you to be, for so long as the covers hold you, truly quiet and undisturbed.”
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Set on the streets of Braamfontein, strangers from African countries congregate in a city famed on the continent for its potential for employment and betterment – but they are not always welcome.
“It's worth knowing that sometimes people see you as a symbol of something instead of a person. And, when they do, it reflects on them, not you.”
A memoir about what the "Great Outdoors" can do for your mind.
“I find it ridiculous to assign a gender to an inanimate object incapable of disrobing and making an occasional fool of itself.”
“I was tired, it was late, I was sitting half-asleep in the back of a taxi, remembering strangely that wherever I go, you are with me, and so is he, and that as long as you both live the world will be beautiful to me.”
The first of writing duo Kate Sidley and Gail Schimmel's cozy mystery series.
“The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty: not knowing what comes next.”
"You need to know that I’ve always loved you even though you were never really mine to love."