Shaka are Dead by John Samson

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  1. July 6, 2016

    […] John Samson has published Shaka are Dead telling the story of two young boys, one white and one black who become friends through a chance […]

  2. January 22, 2017

    […] those who want to double check they’ve understood the Polish terms used. John Samson’s Shaka are Dead and Maya Alexandri’s The Celebration Husband make the meaning explicit through the context in […]

  3. February 28, 2017

    […] Why not take a read of the following to see how these authors have developed the tone in their books: Sue Hampton – Ravelled and other stories Maya Alexandri – The Celebration Husband John Samson – Shaka are Dead […]

  4. March 14, 2017

    […] start with) will soon get the meaning across. For a challenging but incredibly worthwhile read, try Shaka are Dead. There is also a link to an audio file to give you a flavour of how it […]

  5. September 28, 2017

    […] game of cricket features in Shaka are Dead and Powerless by John Samson and a cricket cap in Ray Wooster‘s A Boy’s War Journal. […]

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