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DOWNLOAD ó Beyond the River Ç Duma Is At A Cross Roads In Life Living In An Informal Settlement In Soweto With His Father And Young Sister, Duma Is Expected To Make A Contribution To The Household Since He Is Unemployed The Easy Way Has Been To Steal Electricity Cables But When His Friend Gets Caught, Duma Decides To Try A New Way Of LifeThe Road To A New Beginning Does Not Come Easy As He Goes Back To The Canoe Club At Power Park And He Quickly Learns That Paddling A Canoe Is Not As Easy As He Remembered He Finds Himself Drawn To The Water And Is Inspired By Steve An Experienced Paddler Whose Determination Inspires Duma But Lately The Gold Has Been Out Of Reach Duma Goes Out On A Limb And Asks Steve If They Can Train Together For The Dusi Will Duma And Steve S Partnership In The Water Work Out This Is An Inspirational Story Of Two Men From Different Backgrounds, Coming Together To Tell Their Story Sweet, sweet YA read Duma s story is one of rising against all odds.Mohale s adaption will leave you with a smile on your face The story, just like the movie, centres around Duma and Steve who had to learn to believe and trust in themselves again before trusting and believing that others want the best for and from them again.Duma and Steve are brought together by their love of canoeing Being one with a paddle, boat and water, gave them the freedom to believe that they too can, which they felt that being on land, didn t afford them.Duma and Steve are very different Duma is from an informal settlement, Elias Motswaledi, next to the famous power pylons where all sorts of extreme sports take place, in Orlando He is a young man feeling trapped and suffocated by his circumstances Surrounded by poverty, restless and directionless He is introduced to Steve A canoeing champion battling his own demons They form a strong and firm bond propelled by their need for each other to succeed Mashigo delivers this tale with a firm knowledge of the reader in mind It is an easy read Short and to the point I d love to see it in school libraries across the country.5 stars