The storyteller becomes the story in this psychological thriller. Bandile Ndala, a once-successful author who now struggles with substance abuse, anxiety and depression. Further rejection of his most written work causes him to lose his tenuous grip on reality, career and family and descend into a living nightmare. He is desperately searching for inspiration so he can make a muchneeded comeback. The reader is privy to the inner workings of Bandile’s mind as he thinks about writing, struggles to eventually produce something meaningful. When his publishing agent brings him a concept on the impact of past mistakes on the present, he finds a second chance .This is the only shot he’s got left in the chamber. Will this be his last sentence?
About the Author:
Tumelo Buthelezi is from Sebokeng in the Vaal. He’s a founding member of the Ink Gallery, a movement that promotes an interest in reading through the books he has written. This is his debut novel.
RIGHTS: World rights
RELEASE: May 2018