The Angels Weep

The Angels Weep

Wilbur Smith


In The Angels Weep via Wilbur Smith, on a continent of breathtaking good looks and sour ache, enormously diverse cultures clashed, mingled, and recoiled. the following, amidst mist-shrouded mountains and gold-studded plateaus, historic tribesmen lived with reference to the earth, as white males dug fortunes out from underneath them and laid plans for a brand new civilization.

Out of Southern Africa the enigmatic Cecil Rhodes equipped an empire within the overdue 1800s and attracted the brightest and bravest of a generation--including a notable far-flung family members named Ballantyne. yet for the natives, one other day was once dawning: an afternoon of retribution...

From a brave lady physician to a fierce, one-eyed slave dealer became soldier, the whites of Africa have been buffeted through terrible waves of battle. And simply while a bloody peace appeared attainable, the seeds of destiny turmoil have been sown …

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