Purgatory

Author:

Downloads: 663

Pages: 166

Published: 1 year ago

Rating: Rated: 1 times Rate It

  • 1 star
  • 2 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 5 stars

Read Five eBooks Free!

Become a member of Free-Ebooks.net and you can download five free ebooks every month.

Already a member? Login here

Membership requires a valid email address. We DO NOT spam and do not allow others access to your private information.

Book Description HTML

Purgatory is the sequel to A Bridge Too Far which has been downloaded 3,200 times. Purgatory follows the author as South Africa declines from admired Western Democracy to State Capture by bandits, corrupt politicians and gangsters. Alan Paton, celebrated author of the classic 'Cry, the Beloved Country, would most certainly have cried if he could see how Nelson Mandela's magnificent country was brought to its knees inside twenty three years of gaining democratic freedom.

Reader Reviews
loading comments
Add a comment: (You need to login to post a comment)
Rate this title:
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

BG Britton

Bryan Britton retired as Financial Executive in 2005 and turned to writing to express his concerns over the decline in morality in post Mandela South Africa. If not checked South Africa will slide into the morass of Failed States that typifies post-colonial Africa. He has published ten books all with the decline of the South African sovereign state as a backdrop. Together they represent an historical chronology of Nelson Mandela’s Cinderella democracy reduced to a state captured by kleptocrats and thugs within twenty-three years. By December 31, 2017, Bryan Britton’s works had been downloaded 7,326 times from the Free-Ebooks.net site

Other books by author...

  • Sinking of a Nation
    Sinking of a Nation Politics by BG BRITTON
    Sinking of a Nation
    Sinking of a Nation

    Reads:
    272

    Pages:
    111

    Published:
    Dec 2017

    The Communist dogma in the ANC Bill of Rights, so revered, is outdated and not workable in modern society and presents no solution to the level of disparity i...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • The Longer Walk to Economic Freedom
    The Longer Walk to Economic Freedom Economy by BG Britton
    The Longer Walk to Economic Freedom
    The Longer Walk to Economic Freedom

    Reads:
    300

    Pages:
    188

    Published:
    Sep 2017

    The people in power, who make decisions for fifty-four million South Africans, are not South African.They are a treasonous, band of kleptocrats, who have divo...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

You may also like...

  • Ghost of Dalmos
    Ghost of Dalmos Fiction by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren
    Ghost of Dalmos
    Ghost of Dalmos

    Reads:
    58

    Published:
    May 2019

    Dalmos was sucked into a world inside of a tree where he tasted misfortune. It is a tragedy to remain in a world you cannot control and all the more tragic i...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • An Age of Understanding
    An Age of Understanding Fiction by K J Tesar
    An Age of Understanding
    An Age of Understanding

    Reads:
    202

    Pages:
    164

    Published:
    Apr 2019

    This novel tells two stories of self discovery, that of 34 year-old Constance, an Australian living in present day Spain, and that of her Kiwi friend Matt, 60...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Harajuku Sunday
    Harajuku Sunday Fiction by S. Michael Choi
    Harajuku Sunday
    Harajuku Sunday

    Reads:
    119

    Pages:
    150

    Published:
    Mar 2019

    Ritchie Ufuo, recent graduate of a Pennsylvania university, moves to Tokyo where he runs into the champagne-and-cocaine Soren Soutern. The louche, high-spendi...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Seabins
    Seabins Fiction by Bel Richardson
    Seabins
    Seabins

    Reads:
    29

    Pages:
    24

    Published:
    Jan 2019

    There's a lot of plastic in the ocean. Meet Pete and Andrew. They've invented the "Seabin" and your little reader can learn all about it in our latest non-fic...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle