”The End Of The Line’ could be described as “faction” – fiction with a serious
factual grounding. It is simple, and therefore moving. It gives yet another highly
individual portrait of that troubled land, and it does so through a believable and
sustained narrative form.
“The past is another country”
A story based on fact in the dark days of grand apartheid, but with the rich promise and hope that a new South Africa can bring.
In THE END OF THE LINE, Craig Lock has created a passionate tale of South Africa, a story of the bad old days, but with the hope of the new. Everything in this book could have happened. Perhaps it did…