- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 928 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Australia
- Publication Date: 13/05/2006
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780143004547
Showing 1 - 3 of 3 reviews.
Review by joyfulgirl
Tandia continues where The power of one leaves off. It introduces Tandia - a half-black, half-indian, child of South Africa - whose beauty and intelligence, combined with being female, gets her noticed for all the wrong reasons. She crosses paths with Peekay and their lives become intertwined. Together they fight for equality in South Africa.
Review by EricPMagnuson
Disappointing after finishing 'The Power of One' just a day or two ago. Rambling and lackluster,the style is more drawn out, lacking the crispness of the first novel. Peekay, Hymie and now Tandia, fight for justice in appartheid South Africa, a good yarn but probably could have fit in a 500 pager, not nearly 900.
Review by Luli81
Sequel to "The Power of one".I loved to be a witness of the man Peekay would become and how he defied the system and saved Tandia, another lost soul in South Africa.Won't never forget this book.