A South African teenager has written her first novel at just 16 and it's reached international readers. The book, about abuse survivors has been receiving much acclaim. She's putting South Africa on the map in a wonderful way.
16-year-old Christine Pather is the author of Deliverance, a youth novel about three siblings who find their way to life.
She was born in Durban and spent most of her life with books in her hands. She published on Amazon and she's doing amazing.
According to a report by GoodThingsGuy, Christine's book has a rating of 4.67-stars.
Here's a snippet of the book's synopsis:
Skylar, Kylar and Cameron are the youngest of the elite Harris family but their wealth and status come at a high price. The siblings have long borne the brunt of the ‘lessons’ their father had deemed them worthy of learning. It’s because of this that they each carry unique scars given to them by their life’s experiences.
Now and forever – a vow once sworn to each other. They’ve been through the worst and best together and have always come out stronger than before . . .but that belief may soon change. Their bond and their vow will be tested when old secrets arise and new relationships are formed.
The young writer matriculated from Wingen Heights and then took a gap year so she can write.
Christine is clearly a gifted writer with a brilliant future. She's already working on her next book.
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