Rage by Wilbur Smith

Published by William Heinemann, 1987, Hardback in Dust Wrapper. 1st Ed.

Condition: Good+ in Good+ Dust Wrapper. Gently bruised at the head of the spine and top corners with commensurate ruffling to the dust wrapper, short tear to the top corner of the upper panel. Top edges of text block lightly spotted. Pages lightly age-tanned as usual.

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From the cover: In Wilbur Smiths masterly new epic of love, hatred and revenge the long and deadly enmity between Manfred De La Rey and Shasa Courtney explodes as South Africa herself is swept by the fires of racial conflict. The two half brothers are now ministers in a government dedicated to a vision of the sub-continent in which people of all races would be free to develop and flourish separately. However, both men must confront the ugly reality of apartheid and their countrys growing isolation in a cynical and hostile world. In this violent and bloody struggle against the mounting tide of black rage Manfred and Shasa must also face the consequences of their own ruthless ambition for power and the fate to which their bloodlines and destinies, so closely bound together, have compelled them. Rage displays all of Wilbur Smiths most powerful skills of storytelling in a sweeping adventure full of passion and danger and the march of historic events, illuminating those turbulent years from the early 1950s to the mid-1960s in which the crisis of the present day was formed.

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