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The Power of One
The Power of One
Author: Bryce Courtenay
Set in a world torn apart, where man enslaves his fellow man and freedom remains elusive, THE POWER OF ONE is the moving story of one young man's search for the love that binds friends, the passion that binds lovers, and the realization that it takes only one to change the world. A weak and friendless boy growing up in South Africa during World ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780345410054
ISBN-10: 034541005X
Publication Date: 9/29/1996
Pages: 528
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4.2 stars, based on 115 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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one of the BEST books i have eveer read (and a fantastic movie, too)! i wanted to read this book forever - i was sad when i turned the last page. descriptions are so vivid, you feel like you are living it.
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The Power of One was one of the most incredible books I have ever read. I would recommend to anyone seeking a book that they cannot put down. Compelling!
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Excellent story, interesting to see the development of a person and the influences that help. Set in and around WWII in a country of wide extremes and brutality. Definitely worth reading.
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Sometimes difficult to read emotionally. Well written, poignant, throughly excellent story-telling.
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I have tried, and tried, and TRIED to get into this book... just couldn't do it. I refuse to let a book go unread, so I will finish it, but only through drudgery. Sorry Bryce Courtenay, but this was so slow and pathetic at keeping its reader, I wouldn't recommend this one.


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