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With Nafanua and the Covenant Sisterhood dead, Leila and Daniel are finally able to love without fear of retribution. Or are they?
Leila's selfless act at the closing of 'When Water Burns,' unleashed the demonic fury of Pele the Fire Goddess and now Daniel must fight an epic battle to free the one he loves.
In this collection of short stories Albert Wendt continues to explore the nature of love, family and culture through the lives of people caught up in the realities of modern contemporary life and the ancestral ties of their heritage.
Get to know Daniel Tahi in a whole new way as he tells HIS side of the Telesa story. This novella is a collection of first person narratives from Daniel.
Sixteen years ago, Scarlet's family sent her away in disgrace. She's been back once - with disastrous consequences. Now, her little sister is getting married and Scarlet's headed home once more.
A dynamic group has emerged in Auckland whose members refer to themselves as the Tribe. Mainly Polynesian, they grow up together, rise from poverty and become successful professionals, bound by love and fierce loyalty.
Unpredictable short stories in this collection follow themes of ice and glaciers in the heat of the South Pacific and take us into unusual lives and explorations.
What you can't say - owns you. What you hide - controls you. Scarlet knows the truth of these words all too well. As the stress of a family wedding builds, her resolve to be a #GoodDaughter wears thin.
A Faustian folktale transplanted to the Pacific. The bottle imp was the only one of Stevenson's works to be translated into a Polynesian language in his lifetime. Text in both the English and Samoan versions.
Stones move, whale bones rise out of the ground like cities, a man figures out how to raise seven daughters alone. Here are the glorious, painful, sharp and funny 21st century stories of Māori and Pasifika writers from all over the world.
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