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Wild Honey

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October 2012
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'We Africans,' said Khanye, rapidly backing away from the beady-eyed cub at my feet,' are far more frightened of meeting a honey badger in the bush than a lion!' Following on from the highly acclaimed All the Way Home, here is a brand new volume of unforgettable adventures from Richard and Bookey Peek's wildlife sanctuary amongst Zimbabwe's ancient Matobo Hills. Packed with anecdote and adventure, Wild Honey leads us back to the Stone Hills sanctuary, where comedy, tragedy and the extraordinary antics of the most misunderstood animal in the world make every day unforgettable. In these troubled times Stone Hills has become more than a sanctuary. As thousands of farms all over Zimbabwe are invaded, often violently, under the government's disastrous land policy, Stone Hills is now an island rocked by the turbulence that surrounds it. How much longer can they hold on?

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