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'not only as an exemplar of the genre but for rising well above it'

Written by Sunny Singh for the judging panel of The Jhalak Prize on Friday, March 17, 2017

The book engages - and with a masterly, feather light touch - with history as well as contemporary politics of the Caribbean. Complex issues of memory, identity and, individual and collective sense of self, are stunningly woven into this beautifully written novel. As the first of the Camaho Quartet, it hints at the expanse and scale of the forthcoming books... I know this is a book I shall go back to again and again

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