Sumrall, MS, May 09, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- About the Book:
Mysterious antiquities; ancient ruins; corrupt politicians; genocidal massacres; wild animals; a "coup d’état"; inhospitable bush and hired killers: these are some of the dangers that Bruce Savage is confronted with in "Kataza," as he tries to save his companions, avert arrest and bring justice to his nemesis, Gumede. The dystopian future predicted in so many fantasy novels is not too far removed from reality. One example of a "dystopian present" is modern-day Zimbabwe, the setting for much of the narrative of "Kataza." Kataza is the name of the Savage family farm in what was formerly Rhodesia, and the place where Bruce Savage grew up with his friend Mzali. Kataza is also home to ancient ruins, of which there are many in southern Africa. Archaeological artefacts are unearthed which challenge orthodox interpretations of history and which are the catalysts initiating a chain of events which place Bruce, his girlfriend Alison, and Mzali in mortal jeopardy. Whilst being pursued by Bruce's nemesis, Gumede, the trio manage to uncover evidence of advanced 'state capture' by Gumede, and his plans to assassinate the President. Bruce and his companions are pursued by Gumede's men through some of the most rugged, yet beautiful, terrain in the world-- the inhospitable Matopos wilderness.
Kataza is available now from Amazon for $3.99 (e-book) or $13.99 (paperback). Please contact Kristi at email@example.com to request review copies or to receive exclusive author interviews, notice of new releases, and cover reveals.
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