Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Riveting Love Story During The Apartheid In South Africa Offered By Award Winning Author Kass Ghayouri In 'An Era Of Error'

Kass Ghayouri's writing evokes change through empowerment. Through dramatic imagery she creates visual slides, which connect readers to memorable plots

While many books have been written about apartheid in South Africa, seldom do readers have the opportunity to read a book written by someone who lived in South Africa and experienced firsthand the horrors of apartheid as a child. In addition her book is a riveting love story, the kind of tale from which great movies have been made. Kass Ghayouri's award winning book, 'An Era Of Error' gives readers a glimpse from the inner side of those historical events. The book has been compared to 'Cry, The Beloved Country' by Alan Paton.

Set during the Apartheid era in South Africa, the book is centered on Ghayouri's childhood experiences there during that time. Ghayouri deftly paints a stunning panoramic portrait of the obstacle her characters faced, living in South Africa during the Apartheid era. The reader will experience the brutality of apartheid, as seen through the eyes of a child.

Ghayouri hopes that her book will help bring awareness to the issues surrounding apartheid. She has sent copies of the book to Oprah Winfrey's school in South Africa. Her mother appeared in Winfrey's magazine, 'O', as one of the players on the cricket team formed to empower disadvantaged women and girls. Her mother also met with Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison. 

Ghayouri was the first place winner in the '2015 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading Awards’. In addition, Readers Favorite awarded the book 5 stars. The book has received rave reviews from reviewers and readers alike. A review by Reader's Favorite called the historical fiction novel " . . . a tale that will undoubtedly remind readers of 'Cry, The Beloved Country' by Alan Paton and 'A Dry White Season' by Andre Brink; . . ."

"The movie 'The Promise' is a heart-rending love story that unfolds during the Armenian genocide," Ghayouri stated. "Likewise, 'An Era of Error' features unrequited love, imbedded amidst the brutality of the Apartheid era. During this turbulent era, the most beautiful love story transports the star crossed lovers into a new dimension. It will bring movie goers to tears".

Kass Ghayouri is a prolific writer and has written a number of other books:

'The Fugitive’s Baby' - a captivating story that takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride of love, romance, fear, and articulate characters, with a nostalgic plot

'Punch Buggy - Auto-Biography' - an inspirational story of a Beetle car. It inspires people of all age groups to play the game, “Punch Buggy”. Children love this little bug. Nevertheless, when an antagonist comes along, trouble lurks...

'Governess Poetry & Illustration' - a book that is not just the experiences of daily life but also the experience of Kass' vivid imagination and intellectual curiosity

'Universe Poetry & Illustration' - more poetry that generates imagery and visual symbolism that illustrates the liberty of self-expression

'I Tried But I Died' - a novel that delves deep down into the core of human nature, exposing the evil and darkest side of the human mind

Kass Ghayouri is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at kghayouri@yahoo.ca. All of her books are available at Amazon and other book retailers. More information, including information on all of her books, a sample from 'An Era Of Error' and an interview with The Authors Show is available at her website at http://www.kghayouri.com.

About Kass Ghayouri:

Award winning author Kass Ghayouri is a Canadian author who was born in Durban, South Africa and currently resides in Toronto, Canada. She is the author of six books.


Kass Ghayouri