Perfect Mess Perfect Grace is a captivating novel that explores issues of identity and the grace which is able to meet you in your mess and in your imperfection. The novel has received raving reviews and been a bestseller in a number of bookstores. People of all ages gave raving reviews of the novel, and we now intend to adapt it to a film for use by youth development organizations and churches. The story is relatable to South Africans and can be used as a tool for discussion and engagement on issues affecting young people such as teen pregnancies, drugs, peer pressure, decision-making and the development of a strong self-identity.
Some of the reviews:
“I got lost in the world of Zanodumo, Manzolwandle and Phila. I read chapter after chapter because I couldn’t put the book down – so I finished it. Thank you Nobuntu Webster for taking me through a range of emotions. I cried. I was sad. I reflected. This is a beautiful story of God's redeeming love. Thank you for telling it.” Nolitha Sithole.
“I finished the book yesterday and actually prayed after reading it. I am so touched, you have no idea.” Private message
"Thank you for this amazing book! It touched the core of me, had me reflecting, thinking and praising God! If you do not yet have a copy of this life giving, beautifully crafted, home brewed masterpiece I would encourage you to get one.” Thabisa Mkhwanazi
“Every woman, young and old, daughter and mother, should read this book. We are eagerly awaiting volume 2!’ Penny Dladla
“I cried, I laughed, I got angry. The scary thing is that I can relate to Zano on such a deep level. I felt like the book pulled me in. Nobuntu Webster, thank you for de-mystifying the struggles young women go through. Thank you for showing that there is still grace in all our messes. I was so deeply touched by your book.” Private Message
"The power that is carried in each word is not only for enjoyment but a divine healing that digs deep and reminds you who you are.” Entle Dambuza
“I finished the book this afternoon. Now I miss being part of Zano’s family. Its a good book. I cried. I learnt something about raising a girl, I hope its not too late to do things differently and better.” Sizakele