The Persimmon Tree - Bryce Courtenay Reviews
Description:ISBN 0143007009 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Bryce Courtenay / Paperback / 848 Pages / Book is published 2009-04-30 by Penguin
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by - written on 19/05/10, updated on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
The Persimmon Tree by Bryce Courtney I have read a few of Bryce Courtney's books; some were based in his country of birth, South Africa and others are based in Australia where he now lives. I have to be honest and say that I do prefer the ones based in South Africa as they seem to have more true emotion and the character are more real but that is just my personal feeling. My favourite books being 'The Power of One' and 'Tandia both of these are based in South Africa. His novels that I have read apart from this one that are set in Australia or based in Australian history include 'The Potato Factory' and, 'Tommo & Hawk' both set around the convict settlement ... Read the complete review
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