Seven Steps To Heaven, Fred Khumalo
Seven Steps to Heaven
In the award-winningBitches' Brew, Sis Lettie sometimes shocked, infuriated and, most importantly, entertained readers. In this new book,Seven Steps to Heaven, this streetwise philosopher of the shebeens and entrepreneur par excellence takes the back seat as her son Kokoroshe, street urchin turned lawyer, takes centre stage. This is a multilayered family saga, a riveting tale of love, betrayal, and a search for identity ‰ۡóÁÌ_́ÌÎÌ_?ÌÎÌ_? sexual and otherwise. Dark and understated, but sometimes boisterous and with the in-your-face humour that madeBitches' Brewa hit with readers and critics alike, is the engine that drivesSeven Steps To Heavento a painful yet satisfying climax.
About the Author
Fred Khumalois a journalist and editor of theSunday Times'Insight & Opinionsection. A journalism graduate of Technikon Natal in Durban, he has also published many short stories. He was runner up for the 1991 Nadine Gordimer Short Story Award and the 1996 Bertrams VO Literature of Africa Award. He received an honourable mention in the first EU Literary Award (2005). Khumalo's first two books are both bestsellers. His novel,Bitches' Brew, was joint winner of the European Union Award for Fiction in 2006. His non-fiction work,Touch My Blood, was shortlisted for the Alan Paton Award 2007.
Author Fred Khumalo
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