A historical fiction retelling of the British occupation of Kenya.
"Who would remember them once they'd gone?"
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman of childbearing age must be in want of a husband"
“We all know our final destination but we have no idea what will cross our path as we journey there.”
The first Zimbabwean fiction I've read - and definitely not the last as a result of it.
"Hating, after all, was a drier form of drowning."
“When black fury meets white denial, you have the combustible and fundamentally changed race relations we live in today.”
“You live it forward, but understand it backward.”