A Season To Reason: The Irony Of A Loud Silence (Ndaba Sibanda) ISBN 978-1-990822-01-8
Ndaba's poetic voice invokes people, and places, and a life style specific to Southern Africa.
Social and activist stanzas are intertwined with melancholy, pathos, or derision. The critical voice of the poet doesn't forgive and doesn't forget. His incorruptible vision demands changes and whips harmful attitudes and concepts.
Melancholy is woven in his words, and sadness shadows disapproval.
Ndaba's verses always deserve a second or a third reading. The depth of the ideas and subjects is compelling and makes you think.
Don't miss your chance to see through the eyes of the poet. The trip is worth it.