Author(s): Beverley Naidoo
A unique collection of short stories about young people, both black and white, experiencing personal conflict within thepolitical context of South Africa during the last 50 years. The book covers the rise of the ANC from its very beginnings, through Mandela to the first free elections.
Beverley Naidoo is from South Africa but has lived in England for many years. She has worked as a lecturer and an adviser in cultural diversity. She is perhaps best-known for the award-winning book, JOURNEY TO JO'BURG, which has been translated into many languages. NO TURNING BACK was shortlisted for The Guardian Prize, and her most recent novel, THE OTHER SIDE OF TRUTH won the Silver Medal in the Smarties Book prize. Beverley now lives in Bournemouth.