Troubador Transfrontier

Released: 08/07/2022

eISBN: 9781803139821

Format: eBook

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Transfrontier

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Saul Eldershaw, a freelance photographer, travels to Southern Africa to secure a series of farms. The farmland, once returned to nature, will link two established National Parks. The corridor will reinstate the migratory routes of the wild animals and provide as a catalyst for the rewilding of the area. There, in the wilderness, Saul obsesses over the establishment of the Transfrontier Park and what is required to create the reserve.

Saul’s quest spans three continents. He journeys from the glaciers of Alaska, the seas of Port Jackson, to the expanses of the National Parks of Southern Africa. To achieve his mission, he will need to learn who he can trust. He must challenge the narrative, examine the reality portrayed in his photographs, and question his own memories. Is the world simply repeating patterns of light and shadows enfolding on itself, or can Saul bring genuine change?

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John Glynn

John Glynn was born in Malawi (then known as Nyasaland). The family moved often, living in towns across Zambia and Zimbabwe. He completed his first degree in Durban, South Africa and his second degree in Sydney, Australia. John currently lives in Sydney, after spending some years working in London, England.

Retired, John is intent on pursuing his love of travel and the outdoors. The Covid-19 lockdowns resulted in John having a go, daring, to write fiction, the results of which are now two novels, Twofold and Transfrontier. John is writing his third novel and remains set on seeing the world.

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