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The Red Ants

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It’s Easter and families are coming together for the holiday. Sixteen-year-old Mole’s life in the sleepy, peaceful fishing town of Ratthole is about to change forever as the community is plunged into the ethnic violence that is sweeping through the country. Throughout every neighbourhood, lines are being drawn up according to one’s ancestral origins. But Mole, his own past uncertain and now surrounded by friends from both sides of the divide, is caught in the middle. Like all those around him, he will have to make a stark choice: to join the hunters or become one of the hunted. The Red Ants is the latest explosive novel by Martin Pevsner, author of Divinity Road. It traces the course of events leading up to a horrifying genocide and explores the struggle between human strength and frailty that can allow such tragedies to take place. As the events unfold, you are forced, as reader, to question whether acts of genocide could ever take place in your community, and how... More > you would react in such circumstances.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781326635329
Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
Lulu
Published
April 22, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
173.58 KB

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