The Release

The Release Someone has to pay Jeremy Hlungwani has a gun and an unquenchable violent thought has lodged in his mind Today he will drive his luxury car from his big shot job and life in the suburbs to his childho

  • Title: The Release
  • Author: Eric Miyeni
  • ISBN: 9781415201770
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • Someone has to pay Jeremy Hlungwani has a gun and an unquenchable violent thought has lodged in his mind Today he will drive his luxury car from his big shot job and life in the suburbs to his childhood home in Meadowlands, Soweto Along the way he will recall the moments in his life that got him here, on the wrong track Today, Jeremy s desperate attempt to reconcile h Someone has to pay Jeremy Hlungwani has a gun and an unquenchable violent thought has lodged in his mind Today he will drive his luxury car from his big shot job and life in the suburbs to his childhood home in Meadowlands, Soweto Along the way he will recall the moments in his life that got him here, on the wrong track Today, Jeremy s desperate attempt to reconcile his black life with his life in white Johannesburg will end in a dramatic culmination.The Release is a powerful anthem of a post apartheid South African life, a reminder that the legacy of the past runs deeper than the bling blinded present would have us believe.

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  • BookWalk #4 | The Release | Eric Miyeni(Just a reminder that these BookWalks offer me a means to celebrate the writing of fellow authors, without drawing any critical conclusions. Hopefully, they also offer potential readers insight into the plot, themes and style of the novel.)You hate me. I can see it in the pain on your lips as you smile your “thank you” and take my money. (p. 10) | Jeremy Hlungwani has reached the end of his tether and someone has to pay.Meshach was calm. Cold as ice. Lo [...]


  • Powerful, archetypal story of what is was like growing up talented and black under apartheid - and then being chased-after to fill the new dreams of post-apartheid South Africa for black leadership. Most touching was the sense that there was no place home for this man - if he hung out with his black roots, he was excluded from all middle class pursuits, and if he hung out with the middle classes, he was excluded from all black society.


  • A book I came across by chance at the JBF last week, I picked it for two reasons, it was written by a black author and was R40. I have read Miyeni before and only knew him as a non-fiction author, The Release published in 2012 was his debut novel. The protagonist, Jeremy Hlungwani, is an 'achieving' black middle class man, originally from Soweto. He is a banking executive with a corner office, drives a Jaguar and lives in Sandton but is unhappy and feels his is a failure. The book examines deepe [...]


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