Men of Men (Ballantyne Book 2)

Wilbur Smith

Men of Men by means of Wilbur Smith

It used to be referred to as The Devil's personal: a steep scar within the African earth, round which males toiled with choices, shovels, and desires of the milky treasures that may turn into prized, polished diamonds. during this demonic race, local tribesmen grew to become miners. occasionally they grew to become thieves. after which they grew to become rebels.

Zouga Ballantyne, an African-born Englishman, sees the Devil's personal mine as his price tag to the North: a realm of waterfalls and fertile plains, teeming flora and fauna, and seeded fields of gold. yet what occurs within the diamond mines of the fledgling Boer unfastened country units the path for Ballantyne and a solid of co-workers, enemies, and lovers--and for the continent itself.

From the visions of imperialists to the fury among a father and a son, from the lengths a guy will opt for a girl and a lady for her convictions, a sad conflict of generations and civilizations used to be shaking 19th-century Africa, the place a few warriors fought for his or her gods--and others for the boys who got here earlier than them...

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