In 1976, in a small town of South Africa, four white brothers broke all the rules when they took part in the country's first mixed-race rugby match. For Gavin, Ronnie, Valence and Cheeky Watson it was the beginning of the realisation of a dream to break down the walls of apartheid. Through a series of events that subjected them to enormous physical and psychological tests, and threatened their home, their families and their lives, they became underground ANC operatives who helped lead the struggle to unite a nation. After 10 years' research both in and outside South Africa, Kristin Williamson has written the remarkable story of four unassuming brothers who attempted to achieve the impossible. The Watsons are not just brothers in blood, but brothers in spirit with their land and its people. Their story will move and inspire you.