The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay

I loved this until the last ten pages or so, which seemed to undermine the entire message of the story. But it was excellent until then. Apparently it’s somewhat autobiographical, and there’s a lot of interesting stuff about South Africa during and after World War II.

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