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By Terry on 17-05-16
Distracted by poor rendition of the South African accent
The reader does a very poor job of trying to copy a South African accent. Very distracting when someone fails with this.
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By Joyce Nelson on 20-11-15
Good for high school students.
Coming of age story and valuable life lessons are geared more to high school readers.
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By Janet Cleary on 26-02-16
Extremely good book!!
The beginning was tough to get through because of hard to pronounce names and locations in South Africa! Soo glad I stuck with it! My 14 yr old son started to read it for school and switched to "Unbroken". Also a great book, but wish he had stuck with this one because he would have identified more with the the young boy than a grown man as a POW! Would recommend "Power of One" to everyone, it is extremely inspirational!!
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