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Summary

Richard and Bookey Peek hadn't planned on adopting a warthog, any more than one would plan a tidal wave or a tornado, but at Stone Hills, natural disasters have a way of happening when you least expect them. Through Zimbabwe's darkest days, Stone Hills has become a world in itself: a place where you might share your shower with an owl, and a place where a warthog relinquishes her place on the sofa to return to the wild. Engaging and delightful, this book is the intensely moving story of a wildlife sanctuary and is a testament to one family's passion for Africa's wildlife.
©2007 Bookey Peek; (P)2007 Oakhill Publishing Ltd

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  • Ann
  • Coalville, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
  • 26-06-10

Charming book

A wonderful insight into living with wildlife in Africa. Equally funny and disturbing as it is set against the backdrop of Mugabe's Zimbabwe.

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good story, lousy accent!

If you could sum up All the Way Home in three words, what would they be?

A vanishing world

How could the performance have been better?

Enjoyed this story but why not get a native to Southern Africa to read it. At least make sure reader gets accent right! Too many pronunciation errors detract from an otherwise good performance.