Behind Every Successful Man

Nobantu has everything a girl could dream of a brilliant businessman for a husband, two adorable children, and two of the best friends a girl could ask for And yet, on her 35th birthday, surrounded by glitz, glamour and fame, she realises something important What has happened to her ambitions Her career
Behind Every Successful Man Nobantu has everything a girl could dream of a brilliant businessman for a husband two adorable children and two of the best friends a girl could ask for And yet on her th birthday surrounded by

  • Title: Behind Every Successful Man
  • Author: Zukiswa Wanner
  • ISBN: 9780795702617
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Behind Every Successful Man”

    1. INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR AND REVIEW OF BOOK:INTERVIEWIn front and out thereDon’t call me a chick-lit author, Zukiswa Wanner tells Nicolette ScroobyNOVELIST Zukiswa Wanner was born in Zambia to a South African father and a Zimbabwean mother. The 32-year-old lived in England for a bit, but now insists she is tied to the cultural capital of the world, Johannesburg, where she lives with her son, computer and fridge.Q: Where do you write?A: At home, in my bed mostly.Q: Best time of day to write?A: Aft [...]

    2. Oh dear oh dear.I've just read a chick book *deepest sigh*Don't tell my friendsEspecially don't tell my enemies! Zukiswa Wanner is a trail breaker in South Africa.She has written the very first Chick-book-by-a-young-South-African-Black-woman, and so that I guess is my excuse.And I'm sticking to it!It took me all of 2 hours to read, and despite the chick-flic plot, the ease with challenges rise and are instantly overcome, etc, etc, you know what I mean? Despite all that it did provide some easy p [...]

    3. I like Zukiswa. But she didn't do any justice to her readers with this one. Maybe the problem is that she has done better with books like 'London. Capetown. Joburg.' and Men of The South or maybe the problem is that its just not a good book. I feel that a lot of women would want to resonate with the story of Nobantu but they would not fully do so. The characters are not believable, and the writing is just not class. The characters are underdeveloped and so is the whole story. Better suited for a [...]

    4. When i started reading this book, i could not put it down. It interesting story of a modern Guy who has made. He has a wife who support him through out his decision. Now when it was the husband 's turn to support the woman. It was agains the man's culture to do so. I think it is much better that we are living in new south africa. It would have been difficult in those days for a woman to succeed.Well written

    5. What do we have here? Chick-lit with a strong and intelligent woman who is good with money, gutsy busts her butt for a dream? Holy Shit! It is a miracle. *swoons*

    6. An easy read that explores a 'HOT' topic, which I have witnessed with friends and neighbors in Kenya. Should a woman pursue a career or business? What is more important, the ambitions of her spouse of her own? This is a quagmire given the larger society believes a woman's ambition is marriage and children

    7. I loved this book. It was a quick, fun, easy read. There were times I burst out loud laughing. There were other times I say "awwww" because it was just mushy enough. This is my first book by Zuki. From the reviews below, I have even better things to look forward to in her other books.

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