Cloud Cuckoo Land
In 1985, the injustices of apartheid in South Africa, bubbling beneath the surface for over forty years, broke cover to unleash a storm.
The storm broke in a little backwater dorp called Uitenhage. On a hot, windy March day, the blood of innocent black people soaked into the orange clay-nothing would ever be the same. That day would change the face of South Africa.
Winston is a young Xhosa man attempting to rebuild his life in the township of Langa. Kobus Jonker is his white counterpart who cannot free himself from the yoke of apartheid. The two men share a catastrophe that threatens to destroy them both.
The story explodes onto the international stage, starting the slow death knell of white rule and apartheid.