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An Irish heart beating with a border rhythm. This book is more about non-traditional ways of approaching life itself. Cromer is rooted in conventional Christian soil, but her spiritual journey has roamed around the world from Sedona to Katmandu, and has branched out to various New Age disciplines, such as Transcendental Meditation.
Her second novel aimed at young adults, although taking place in South Africa, is even closer to home for this author. All these dark forces swirl around her as she tries to find a right way - fending off a drunk sexual predator, reconciling her school studies with ancient ways, falling in love with a schoolmate, longing for a mother who must work in a far-away town and returns HIV-positive, coping with a vindictive neighbor and caring for her sister, Zi.
As the title suggests, hope is the theme throughout the book. Khosi perseveres because she sees the choices others make and believes she can make different choices with a different outcome.
She manages to embrace all that is good in her life - her loving grandmother Gogo, the earnest boyfriend Little Man, even the syncretistic spirituality that includes guidance from ancestors and medicine from folk healers all mixed with Christian religion.
Powers brings to this story not only her own sensibilities from her adolescence, but years of studying African history and culture. Her first novel was published as she began a doctoral program in African Studies at Stanford University.
She ultimately opted to pursue her writing career instead, although she continued some postgraduate studies at Stanford and studied Zulu in South Africa on a Fulbright-Hayes grant. Cinco Puntos continues to embrace cultures and topics not that are not just limited to the region.
Their stories often come from real-life situations from the author that bring a real an authenticity to the story that even re-tellings of folk tales or well-known legends cannot.
The book also includes a self-portrait and commentary by Mali herself. This makes for a package that is not only gracefully done but respectfully and graciously presented.
This new edition of the classic biography of drug smuggler Pablo Acosta has been released with a new epilogue that discusses the drug cartel wars of the past three years.
Poppa worked as a reporter for the El Paso Herald-Post in the s and s. Laura Richards was an Ohio nurse who first came to China in to work at a missionary hospital, then after a 2-year furlough returned in and shortly afterward began taking in castaway babies.
She was forced to leave China inhaving cared for nearly children, and remained in the United States until her death 30 years later at age She managed to escape internment during the Japanese occupation to continue running Canaan Home.
But when the new Communist regime insisted that she renounce her Christian faith and her native country, she could no longer stay. Laura Richards declined to tell the details of her story during her lifetime for fear that the orphans she left behind would suffer persecution.
Interspersed throughout the book are excerpts of letters and interviews, along with old photographs, which confirm that the author has not taken liberties with the actual story she took so many years to unearth. It also is a story of the tremendous sacrifices required in trying to do good and remain faithful when surrounded by opposing forces of poverty, anarchy, war and ideological oppression.
To learn more about the book, or to order a copy, go to chcpub. The book deals with the common memories of country life, the sad reality of racism against Native Americans in the mid 20th Century, and the importance of family, all told without preaching or accusing.
However, the book grasped me and my own 8-year-old daughter with a surprising sad discovery from young Tingle concerning his grandmother, and the just-as-surprising happy conclusion.
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