When Morning Comes Receives Glowing Review from The Montreal Gazette

When Morning Comes

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A historic fiction set in 1976, When Morning Comes follows four young people navigating life in South Africa during the Soweto Uprising and the edifice of Apartheid. Recently reviewed by The Montreal Gazette author Arushi Raina is praised for “creating believable characters quickly” that allows readers to “feel as if we are living through something we have only read about”. The review goes on to describe the “characters as engaging, its description of societal differences and injustice is thought-provoking, and its action sequences are at times heart-stopping.” A worthy account of a vivid and impactful book that brings the “regime to life in print”.

Read the full review here.

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