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‘Some books serve as a call to action, an ignition of activism, a form of education; No Entry is one those.’—Kate on Conservation
Broken-hearted after losing her brother in a terrorist attack, 17-year-old Yael Amar seeks solace on an elephant conservation program in South Africa’s Kruger National Park.
Catapulted into a world harmonious with nature, and dazzled by her new best friend, Yael reunites with her devoted boyfriend, and becomes fascinated by a local ranger. Then, she sees something shocking.
With her newfound heaven now seething with blood and betrayal, she must keep a secret from the people she loves most to protect them and stand against the murderous forces that threaten Kruger. But will taking a stand do more harm than good?
Author: Gila Green
Release date: September 1, 2019
RRP: AU$29.99 (pbk), 9.99 (ebk)
Territory: English language market
Format: Paperback and eBook
Size: 203 x 128 mm
ISBNs: 978-1-925856-17-0 (pbk) 978-1-925856-18-7 (ebk
Canadian writer and editor Gila Green is the author of three novels, White Zion (Cervena Barva Press, March 2019), Passport Control (S&H Publishing, 2018), and King of the Class (NON Publishing). She has published two dozen short stories and writes often about immigration, alienation, and dislocation. Gila is an EFL college lecturer, a manuscript editor, and a flash fiction instructor on the WOW-womenonwriting site. She lives between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv with her five children, her husband, and her dog. No Entry is her first South African novel which she wrote based on her own memories of Kruger National Park. She felt compelled to write it when she discovered the horrors encountered by African elephants. She does most of her writing in a converted bomb shelter overlooking the Judaean Hills, which were once the heart of the Kingdom of Judah.