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Few men can tell a story of illegal abduction, incarceration, torture, being sentenced to death by hanging, and finally receiving a presidential pardon. This is the story of one such man.

Will Endley’s book ‘No Justice, No Mercy: A South Sudan Story’ is the account of a man caught up in the political turmoil that engulfed the newly-birthed Republic of South Sudan, and his role as an advisor to Dr Riek Machar, the First Vice President of South Sudan.

Endley charts his career in the South African Armed Forces, his entry into the world of private military contractors in the Middle East and Africa, and ultimately to South Sudan, where—as Machar’s advisor— he believed that his role there would add to the stability of the young country.

Caught up in the backstabbing and deceit of the militant and toxic politics of South Sudan, along with the armed clashes between the warring political parties, he became one of the countless victims of political tyranny. Illegally abducted, tortured, and sentenced to death, Endley was often forced to use his wits to survive the horrors of a modern African pseudo-democracy teetering on the brink of failure.

But, he was never alone: fellow inmates showed their humanity to him, while back home, family and friends worked frantically to secure his release.

This is a book about corruption, deceit, perseverance, love, horror, state-sanctioned murder, living on death row, and finally the joys of freedom.

This is the story of a man being beaten but never broken.

Paperback 418 pages. 


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