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Kaiviti: A Fiji Tale

Written by Blair Robertson

Softcover, 413 pp.

New to Fiji, seventeen-year-old New Zealander Sean McDougall makes a peculiar discovery. Superstitious Government Minister, Pio Cavubati, tries to determine what is morally best for the country as it descends into chaos. The beautiful and talented reporter, Leilani Taga, finds herself fighting traditional values as she seeks to gain acceptance in Suva's hedonistic business community. Sugar cane union representative, Das Sharma, realises that refusing to take sides in the building conflict risks alienation from all. Set in Suva and the resort township of Pacific Harbour in 1987, Kaiviti's diverse characters forge an unlikely alliance to unlock the secret past of the "Sunrise Tabua"

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