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    Born a Crime

    I love Trevor Noah and I loved this book. This book is a glowing tribute to his Mom. She made him the man he is today. Also moments of nostalgia for me as well. All my memories of living in South Africa. Some places he had been. The drive-in he mentions is the same one my father worked at and where I spent many nights. Anyone who likes Trevor Noah should read this. A case of triumphing over adversity.
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    Awesome read

    i laughed so hard and bawled my eyes out. this was an amazing book. i strongly recommend it to be read
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    During apartheid, it was illegal for interracial couples to be together.

    This Book Touches Every Emotion A Human Possesses. The book is comedic and has sad moments. Easy and fun to read. Overall a good book
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    Amazing Trevor

    This books takes you on a ride through the apartheid in South Africa and the democracy that came later. A journey filled with hardship and hardwork, written in a comic and sarcastic Trevor's way !
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    Gripping, entertaining and endearing

    Being a coloured person from South Africa reading this really takes me back, but also gives me a better understanding to a world that I may not have been able comprehend. It’s so easy to be in your bubble back in Cape Town, that it’s only now that I live in London (granted I’m a lot older) I really empathise and have grown a deeper understanding of what it was like in that awful era and still to this day!
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