Amanzimtoti: The Ridge

Book One in the Amanzimtoti series, The Ridge, follows Wayne du Preez as he starts his matric.

Completing his final year of high school won’t be his only problem however when a boy from his childhood makes a surprise reappearance in small town Toti, throwing Wayne’s picket-fence dreams with girlfriend Jess into a tailspin and forcing him to deal with a part of himself he’s been denying ever since he shared his first kiss with Kyle way back when…



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4 thoughts on “Excerpt – Amanzimtoti [1]: The Ridge”

  1. Having grown up in Toti myself. .I loved the idea if this book and if have read the excerpt. . Definitely left me wanting to read more.. wanting to learn about the characters and also reminisce about my own childhood in Toti. .well done to you. .

    1. Hey Kim!
      Thanks so much! I’m really glad you enjoyed the excerpt, and hope you like the rest of the story just as much 🙂 It’s been a lot of fun writing about Toti; setting the scene and these characters where I grew up, it really does bring out the nostalgia!
      Keep reading!

  2. It dinamic, I lived in Toti for 22 years before I moved to PE and living now in Johannesburg. Your book is a great book and can’t wait to read more.

    1. Hey Claudette,

      Thank you for reading the excerpt! I’m so glad you enjoyed it and want to read more 😀 that makes me really happy to hear, especially from somebody who also grew up in Toti and is familiar with all the places I’ve written about. Do let me know how you enjoy the rest of the story if you read on!

      Happy reading!

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