Holding My Breath

Ace Moloi

10-03-23

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Genre

Nonfiction/Biography & Autobiography

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10-03-23

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Nonfiction/Biography & Autobiography

Description

In this book, Ace Moloi writes a letter to his deceased mother. This book, this letter, is an important and necessary look at the state of our country twenty-one years into our democracy. It is the story of constantly holding your breath, hoping nothing else goes wrong. In a searing and beautiful narrative, Moloi manages to take the reader through various South African issues like the trials of child-headed families in South Africa, the volatile issue of service delivery in townships, the story of broken families, why fees must fall, and racial division in universities. Funny in parts and tragic in others, this is the ultimate South African story.

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Language English
Release Day Oct 2, 2023
Release Date October 3, 2023
Release Date Machine 1696291200
Imprint Rising Action Publishing
Provider Rising Action Publishing
Categories Biographies & Memoirs, Cultural & Regional
Author Bio
Ace Moloi

Ace Moloi is from QwaQwa in the Free State. Holding My Breath is his first commercially published book. He studied at the University of the Free State where he was an award-winning student leader and campus journalist and earned a degree in Communications. 

Overview

In this book, Ace Moloi writes a letter to his deceased mother. This book, this letter, is an important and necessary look at the state of our country twenty-one years into our democracy. It is the story of constantly holding your breath, hoping nothing else goes wrong. In a searing and beautiful narrative, Moloi manages to take the reader through various South African issues like the trials of child-headed families in South Africa, the volatile issue of service delivery in townships, the story of broken families, why fees must fall, and racial division in universities. Funny in parts and tragic in others, this is the ultimate South African story.