Martin McGhee: Purchased the Kindle version yesterday and am totally engrossed, enthralled and envious of your skills. Your dialogue is very real, which isn't always easy as I am sure you are more than aware of and the clever 'jump cuts' in your narrative flow puts The Horns up there with one of the best books of Africa I have read in many years. Eat your heart out Wilbur and you, Mr Ruark, look to your bushlore laurels
Kennedy Mavunganidze: You have a gift of writing and telling the story. I have learned a lot after reading your book and in my view you have captured what I believe is a reflection of the whole history. More importantly, you were using Shona and Ndebele words appropriately. You might as well think of turning the book into a movie …!
Heather Thorne: Aaaaahhhh maaaaaaaiweeeee, I’m so enjoying your book. Devouring it. And I’m only about a third of the way through. And oh my word, I’ve edited many southern African history books that describe the battle formation of the horns – but I’ve never actually felt it in my bones – and the zhiii of the spears must have been terrifying.
Tracy Pereira Amazing raconteur- incredible author with so many wonderful memories of beloved Zim that gives life to a historical fiction tale