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Dow writes this world the way men and women in her country sing – with a zest fed by connection to the earth and to a shared past … The High Court Judge is an astute diagnostician of the ills – social, biological and political – of her country, and of Africa in general. With this book she will help to change things.

Morag Fraser, The Age

To read Far and Beyon’ is to take a trip to Africa in the hands of a knowledgeable guide, who understands your world as well as knowing her own territory backwards.

Keren Lavelle, Good Reading
I strongly recommend this book, especially to those interested in post-colonial Africa and in the need to be selective in choosing which practices from another culture to accept.
Me, You, and Books
Unity Dow has couched weighty issues into a very readable and life-affirming novel, accessible to the young adult reader and unforgettable to older readers who might have thought they knew most of what goes on in our world.
Moira Richards, Women Writers
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