Do you dream of real freedom? Ever wondered what it would feel like to step into the world with only a suitcase and a passport? To quit your life and become completely free?
This book gives you a glimpse inside the mind of a woman on such a journey. A quest for self-discovery, one that weaves between intimate moments of despair, but also the mysterious joy that empowers us when we accept ourselves for who we really are.
This is the story of people, both real and imagined. From the small towns of South Africa, to the old streets of London, into the snowy Chicago winters.
A Dreamer’s Life is a beautifully honest work that ripples with passion, melancholy and gratitude.
No Flowers on the Graves is a tale of love, racism and redemption. Set in South Africa during the country’s first democratic elections, the story deals with the agony and complexity of love crossing the barriers of culture and race.
Symbolic of the country’s struggle to find a path to peace and reconciliation, three lives intertwine as they try to forgive themselves and each other for unspeakable actions, while facing an uncertain future.
Can they overcome their prejudices and find happiness or will history continue to repeat itself?