Book Reviews of The Angels Weep

The Angels Weep
The Angels Weep
Author: Wilbur Smith
ISBN-13: 9780330280105
ISBN-10: 0330280104
Publication Date: 7/22/1983
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3.5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pan MacMillan
Book Type: Paperback
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I really love Wilbur Smith's writing. Africa comes alive and you can hear the animals in the bush and feel the sun beating down on you. This story is about half brothers, diamond mines, lost caches and hate that sets this book ablaze.
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This book is two pronged, as it covers the two most important eras of Rhodesian-Zimbabwean history. The late 1800's and 1977 are respectively the eras when the country of Rhodesia was founded, and 1977 the year a black-led revolution took place. In each of these eras, Smith blends a fabric of interwoven and interdependent characters, both black and white, who typify the strength, courage, and keen failures of a land that is both beautiful and dangerous.
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An exciting book.
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Action packed novel about a South African Family.