Night of the Red Moon

Author: Bontle Senne
ISBN: 978-1-928346-84-5

It’s a race against time for the Shadow Chasers. Led by the General, an army of monsters is intent on destroying this world. The Shadow Chasers have discovered that if they defeat the General on the Night of the Red Moon, her army will sleep forever. As the minutes tick by, and the moon turns blood red, the Shadow Chasers are joined by the ancient god/Kaggen. But the General is the fiercest and most dangerous warrior of all… are their combined forces going to be enough?

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Songbird

Compiled by: FunDza
ISBN: 978-1-928346-75-3

FunDza is delighted to bring you this anthology containing a range of stories by Southern African writers.
All stories have already been given a 'thumbs up' by thousands of readers on FunDza's mobi site.

 

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Heart of Stone

Author: Anathi Nyadu
ISBN: 978-1-928346-77-7

Khanyisile is devastated when his mother dies unexpectedly. When his father takes him from their Eastern Cape village to Cape Town, his life is turned upside down even more. At his new school, Harmony High, Khanyisile meets Given, who invites him to join the amaVura gang. But how far is he prepared to go to be part of them? And how does Given know Matchstix, the mysterious stranger his father takes him to meet in prison? When Khanyisile finds out the truth, it is almost too late for him to turn back from the dangerous path he has chosen …

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Game Plan

Author: Jayne Bauling
ISBN: 978-1-928346-59-3

Book 3 in the Soccer Season series. Ginelle is the captain of the Sandview D team and she is intent on winning, whatever it takes. But Ginelle’s leadership style does not bring out the best in her team, and when talent scouts come to view their game, Ginelle is forced to re-evaluate what winning really means.

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A hat, a kayak & dreams of Dar

Author: Terry Bell
ISBN: 978-1-928346-64-7

In December 1965, in a smoke-filled hotel room in Morocco, South African journalist Terry Bell accepted a challenge: to paddle a kayak from London to Tangier. At the time Terry and his wife Barbara were living as political exiles in London. By August 1967, they agreed it was tiime to get back to Africa. But they decided to up the ante. Their plan: paddle 11 000 kilometres from England to Dar es Salaam in a 5-metre glass fibre kayak.

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Cover2Cover is a small independent publisher, publishing fiction for children and young adults, including our flagship Harmony High series. We publish memoirs of inspirational South Africans under our Face2Face imprint.