The Return to Gibraltar

The Return to Gibraltar

by Ken Sibanda


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615438979
Publisher: Proteus Books
Publication date: 08/15/2011
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 17 Years

About the Author

Ken Sibanda is an American Constitutional and human rights lawyer. Born in Qunu, Eastern Cape South Africa. A pioneer in hard-core science-fiction with the publication of, "The Return to Gibraltar" in 2011.

Sibanda graduated from the University of London (LL.B), (with honors) and holds a double Masters, in Litigation, from the nationally ranked Temple Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia; and California Western School of law.

He has written for numerous publications including The Jerusalem Post (a regular contributor) and New York Amsterdam News. In South Africa, he has written for City Press, The Sunday Independent, News24, SA Breaking News, The Sunday Independent and The Star.

Sibanda is a frequent speaker on the Rule of Law, International law and Human Rights. Known affectionately as Tecumseh: for his accomplishments in literature and law.

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The Return to Gibraltar 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
kiminnyc More than 1 year ago
I loved getting to know Horace “Ray” Bates, and Ken does a splendid job of bringing this character to life. I didn’t want the book to end, and look forward to his future adventures. After all, “the law is the life,” and there is more for him to do. Horace is a third year law student at Harvard, and all is going great – his classes are interesting and he is doing very well in them, a full-time associate position is offered at a great law firm, and a new sexy girlfriend completes things. But at the edges of his life a mysterious person keeps appearing, who then makes an unusual and irresistible offer… Highly recommended!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read. The narrative is engaging. If you like science fiction that lets you think about history then the possible consequences of racism. Should be a teaching tool on racism and co-existence.