Judge Not is based on history, but it is so realistic that readers will feel they are one of the characters. Compellingly told in adventure-filled stages, it transports the reader from the first footprints of the San tribesmen out of Ethiopia, through the original Bantu people migrating down the face of Africa.
It goes through each step in the journey and their evolution in stages, such as the early civilization of the Great Zimbabwe. It tells the story of European colonization and its effects and consequences on the indigene.
The eventual journey of the Great Trek of the Dutch from the Cape is eventful and spellbinding. It is virtually a history in itself. All these various people make up the cast in this engrossing book. Their adventures, beliefs, passions, lives, wars, and politics over the millenia and last three centuries are related in a gripping drama that has brought them into the twenty-first century.