by Thabo Nkhabu
Format(s): Soft Cover Print
About The Book
Mishack lives a life full of melancholy and dread; with a shaky criminal past and blame for his big brother, Themba, for their mother’s death. However, Mishack finds comfort in a young beautiful woman, Connie. The relationship helps Mishack get his life together, but through all of this, he is constantly haunted by nightly nightmares which evoke an unfathonable suspicion about his criminal past.
A story recited by a corner dweller, Jita, one of the four unemployed boys who idle at the corner of the dusty township of Namahadi.
About The Author
Author: Thabo Nkhabu
Thabo Nkhabu was born in Soweto, Johannesburg in 1988 and grew up in Namahadi, Frankfort in the Free State. He completed his primary schooling at Gugulethu Intermediate School and finished high school at Tsebo-Ulwazi Secondary School. He later went to study at the University of South Africa where he obtained a BA in psychology. Nkhabu currently resides in Freedom Park Soweto and currently writing his second book.