She was killing herself slowly, and this obsession with the war had to stop." How can one man cope when his true love is a woman of great destiny? "The people are her purpose and she is my purpose." The Wind of Change follows the intersecting fates of Francois and Zola as they struggle with the injustices of life and inconsistencies of love in a world where children are dying. Within the Frenchman's narrative and declarations of love lies the tragic tale of the children of war-torn Africa and the personal cost of civil war and armed conflict, of torture, murder, resistance, and forgiveness. Set in the days of Nelson Mandela's release from incarceration, it brings to life the Pan-African ideals of the 60s through the journey of a young woman who would be queen to unite and bring peace to all of Africa. If you imagine a future can you make it real? Can you make a difference? If you give from your heart, can you make the wind change? Watch out for Volume 2 of The Wind of Change: "What Happened in Africa
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|Size: ||2.9 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781460265857 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|