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Barend Coetzer

An avid reader. An occasional writer. A daily bread baker.
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A self orphaned teenage boy in post apocalyptic London discovers that he possesses the key to humanity’s survival.
Locked in a cell, no way of escape, a man is held.  But how or why he got there he can’t remember, and his captor is the only person with any answers. What is more important: The truth, or freedom?
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A new project, an idea I've been sitting with for a while... This is the story about a man held captive. A dark cell, a single captor who knows who he is. Will he escape, or will he try to find out who he is?
Locked in a cell, no way of escape, a man is held.  But how or why he got there he can’t remember, and his captor is the only person with any answers. What is more important: The truth, or freedom?
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