In this sequel to "The Sound of Thunder, New York Times" bestselling author Wilbur Smith tells a powerful story of a man's quest for truth and redemption--from the bloody trenches of World War I to the white, windswept beaches of Mozambique. Reissue.
Mark Anders grew up on eight thousand acres of African land that bore his family name. Then he fought in Europe' s Great War and, upon returning to his ancestral home, he saw savagery unlike any other... . In Africa, Mark' s family estate has been despoiled. His grandfather has died under mysterious circumstances. And he has inherited a murderous enemy-- the rogue scion of the powerful Courtney clan-- in an altogether new kind of war. Now, Mark will make a fateful choice between two women. Journey into the wilderness to uncover his grandfather' s fate. Find his way through battles raging between fathers and sons, generals and politicians, and nature and man. In an age of violent conflict, Mark Anders will live or die for justice-- and his fight will echo across a country he always loved... .
Action is Smith's game, and he is a master.
-- The Washington Post Book World
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