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Yesterday I finish reading The Zanzibar Moon Donna Munro. All I can say is wow! What an incredible journey it took me on, I found myself looking forward to what Ali was going to get each day I pick it up. I laughed I teared up I squirmed in my seat lol! I could so relate to being a mother to those beautiful twin girls. If you haven’t already picked up this book do yourself a favor and do it now!

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Diane Frew – Retired


Loved The Zanzibar Moon, well written, enjoyed it from start to finish. I don’t read a lot of books, but found The Zanzibar Moon very easy to read. It was most enjoyable. Funny, Sad and Romantic. I can’t wait till your next book. Congratulations and well done Donna Muno.

Kerry Zillner – UN worker in Africa


“I am really impressed by the book, you have really done your homework and if I did not l know any better I would have sworn that you have lived in Africa for a period of time.  You have captured life here so well with the chaos, the beauty, the nature, even down to the sometimes not so pleasant aromas (haha).   The story line is great and the characters are interesting.  I also like how you have put the relevant chapters in the first tense for Alkina and Dr Don.  It lets you get closer to the character I think.  I showed some of the Swahili to my colleague and as far as she could tell you were spot on.” – Kerry Zillner (UN worker in Africa)

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Leesa Bennett – volunteer teacher abroad

Jul 20

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I finished reading The Zanzibar Moon and absolutely loved it, Donna. I didn’t predict the ending either. It’s exotic, funny and full of adventure. It’s also inspired me to go to Zanzibar one day.

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Valerie Ibbotson – retired

Jul 20

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“I loved it. I really felt like I was walking the narrow lanes of Zanzibar and that I was taken on an African safari. It was a unique and beautifully written story. I haven’t read anything like it.” – Valerie Ibbotson (retired)

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