I am new to Melissa Delport, but I became an instant fan.
I had a couple jaw drops and misty eyes during my reading. Then comes the end and I’m thinking what in the world just happened?
Click HERE to read the full review of The Legacy on Books for Fun.
Melissa donated copies of The Legacy to the Robin Hood Foundation for their annual fundraising breakfast.
The morning was a wonderful success and over R50 000 was raised for the foundation and the projects they run.
ABOUT THE ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION
Their aim is to make a positive difference in the lives of the poorest of the poor by the distribution of donated items to the neediest members of society. They focus on committing random acts of kindness to poor groups of society, namely babies, poor grannies looking after orphaned grandchildren, orphan-headed households and “forgotten” grandparents in old age homes.
To read more about the Robin Hood Foundation, and to get involved, click HERE.
I wasn’t expecting this book to exceed my expectations, but it did. I loved it every minute I was reading!
The ending has me tingling and I really can’t wait to get my hands on the second book as well.
Click HERE to read the full review of The Legacy on Olivia’s Catastrophe.
in the Oct ’14 issue of Your Family – 5 Minutes with Melissa Delport.
Sohela, Melissa and Mrs Naidoo
Melissa had a wonderful morning with the Gr 10′s & 11′s of Durban Girls’ High School - she spoke about books, creative writing, English and reading to 500 awesome young ladies!
Delport has also woven into her fictional future nice historical tie backs to the current state of things. From relatively simple beginnings this novel blossomed into a scope quite expansive in terms of characters, geography and timelines.
I must warn you though, Delport has written a killer cliffhanger… but is commercially astute enough to have ensured that The Legion (Book 2 of the trilogy) was immediately available to purchase.
Click HERE to read the full review of The Legacy on Booklover Book Reviews.