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Book reviews: Graphic novel on Mandela and more

ENJOY THIS week's selection of reads, from the desk of our Entertainment Editor Joel Campbell.

Man of Two Worlds, by Peter Rutt (The Book Guild Publishing)

Peter Rutt has removed religion, science, mainstream belief and the prevailing trend of opinion to bring Man of Two Worlds, a book about the mechanics of life and death. Rutt invites the reader to join him on his journey of discovery as you travel together to unravel the tangled threads of existence.

Never Saw You Coming, by KLS Fuerte (Xlibris publishing)

Beatrice Martin is young and ambitious, starting her career in London where she meets Edwards, the incredibly-talented drama teacher. They fall madly in love, become the perfect couple in a world where all is blossoming, even more than in fairy tales. Beatrice learns to live with Edwards – but is Edwards learning to live with

Mandela – The Graphic Novel, produced by The Nelson Mandela Centre Of Memory with Umlando Wezithombe (Robinson)

Nelson Mandela has been called a ‘moral colossus’ by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, but he has also been called a terrorist, forced into hiding, captured, threatened with the death penalty and eventually thrown into prison for 27 years. However, nothing could stop him fighting for the liberation of his country.

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